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David B. Lentz

About the Author

Born in Woburn, Massachusetts, David B. Lentz graduated from Bates College and has written professionally for more than 35 years.

He has published six novels: "For the Beauty of the Earth", "AmericA, Inc.", "Bloomsday", "Bourbon Street", "The Day Trader" and "The Silver King."

In addition, he has published two stage plays, "Bloomsday: A Tragicomedy" and "AmericA, Inc.: A Stage Play", as well as two volumes of poetry in "Sonnets from New England: Love Songs" and "Old Greenwich Odes."

Selected excerpts from his collection of literary works among his novels, stage plays and poetry are available in "Essential Lentz."

Lentz has lived in the Garden District of New Orleans, Boston's Back Bay, Houston, Philadelphia's Main Line and Greenwich, Connecticut.

He has served Bates College as an Alumnus-in-Admissions (18 years), Stamford-Greenwich Literacy Volunteers of America, Midnight Run for New York City Homeless, Healing the Children (Board), Hurricane Katrina JazzAid: New Orleans, Hope + Heroes Children's Cancer Foundation, St. Baldricks Foundation for Children's Cancer Research and as a Volunteer in St. Paul's Chapel at Ground Zero. He is a member of the Academy of American Poets, the Connecticut Authors and Publishers Association, the Center for Fiction in New York and the Royal Society of Literature in London.

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