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25th Annual Old Dominion University Literary Festival
September 30 - October 5, 2002

Pablo Medina

Pablo Medina was born and lived his childhood in Havana, Cuba, before moving with his family to New York. His most recent works include two books of poetry: Puntos de apoyo, and The Floating Island. A novel, The Return of Felix Nogara, was published in 2000 and a memoir, Exiled Memories: A Cuban Childhood, was recently revised and published in an updated version. He is currently on the faculty of the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College in North Carolina, and teaches at New School University in New York, where he also serves as director of Eugene Lang College's writing program. Medina is on the Board of Directors of The Associated Writing Programs.

[extracted from 2002 brochure]

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