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New Author: Marlon D. Bourque

We met Marlon D. Bourque at Tonic for Words open mic event. Marlon has created 
some of his varied experiences thru poetry writings. Most are derived
from journals while enlisted in US Navy 1980-1985 that he drew upon my
love of nature at satire of selfish human interest toward nature. AIDS
Quilt/caregiverfor friends in Houston 1989-2000. Gay Mens Chorus of
Houston GMCH now a mixed chorale of women & men known as Bayou City
Chorale ...sang from 1989-1994, hiatus for grad school then rejoined
2004-2008. Marlon looks forward to advocating in his home town.  
We welcome him to the Louisiana Words family!


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