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Zsolt Alapi

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Zsolt Alapi was born in Budapest, Hungary, lived in the United States, and came to Canada in 1971 as a draft resistor during the Vietnam War. He completed a PhD at McGill University and taught English and Humanities at Marianopolis College and Concordia University for 35 years. He also ran his own micropress, Siren Song Publishing, for 8 years and edited over 7 books and anthologies, including the literary magazine, The Loose Canon. Zsolt is also a critic whose reviews and articles have appeared in a wide range of journals in both North America and Europe. His short fiction and poems have appeared in many journals in Canada, the U.S., the UK, and France. Zsolt lives and writes in Montreal.

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Landscape with the Fall of Icarus. DC Books Canada, 2020
The Dance of the Seven Dwarfs and Other Stories. Siren Song Publishing, 2013
Writing in the Cegeps (editor). Siren Song Publishing, 2008
Writing at the Edge (editor). Siren Song Publishing, 2007
The Loose Canon # 1 (Co-editor). Siren Song Publishing, 2009
The Loose Canon # 2. Siren Song Publishing, 2010
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