He was the saxophone player for the Blue Suede Boppers, Boston, from 1987. He has also played tenor sax and trumpet with the G-Clefs and musician Big Jack Johnson. In 2000, he released a CD, Ghost Radio Blues, a mix of blues and spoken word. Brooklyn, NY: Hanging Loose, 2003. Brooklyn, NY: Hanging Loose, 2010.
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by Keith Taylor and Mark Pawlak. anthology, follow-up collection to SMART LIKE ME. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9781882413133.
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Stories and Poems by Outstanding High School Writers. by Mark Pawlak, Dick Lourie. Published May 4, 1995 by Hanging Loose Press.
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An extraordinary collection from the pages of Hanging Loose magazine's celebrated High School Writers section. Sixty eight young writers from 18 states are represented, and their short stories and poems are variously passionate, funny, nostalgic, wise, clever, and above all, inspiring to other young writers. Kudos to Hanging Loose Press for bringing these writings to a wide audience.
Mark Pawlak (born 1948 in Buffalo, New York) is a Polish-American poet and educator. Mark Pawlak was born in Buffalo, New York, in 1948, into an ethnic Polish working-class family. Buffalo's Polish east-side neighborhoods and the Langfield Housing development, where he lived during most of his grade school years, figure prominently in the poems of his first poetry collection, The Buffalo Sequence. He graduated from Immaculate Heart of Mary School and then attended Kensington High School.