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DAVE HARM

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Poet and fiction writer DAVE HARM was born in Closter, New Jersey, but now lives in Diller, Nebraksa. He is the author of Damaged Merchandise; Poems and Stories of an Alcoholic Addict (PublishAmerica, 2005). He served on Bishops Committee for the Episcopal Church for two years, as an advisor to a Lutheran Church Board of Trustees for two years, and a town councilman for two years. In 2000 his poems on cancer were read at Relay For Life events. By 2003, his poem "Day One" helped raise $1,400 for The American Cancer Society. War Zone: Backing Out of Hell, the prequel to Damaged Merchandise, is forthcoming from PublishAmerica. His poems have appeared in Bob Stalder's Poet's Pen, Daily-Suns Poet's Corner, as well as editorals in the Daily-Sun. Poem "Where Are You From?" recently accepted for inclusion into the Poet's Anthology series Expressions.



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