David Zane Mairowitz

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David Zane Mairowitz
Born1943 (age 77–78)
New York City, United States
OccupationWriter
NationalityAmerican
EducationHunter College
University of California, Berkeley
Notable worksInternational Times
Introducing Kafka
SpouseMalgorzata Zerwe[1]

David Zane Mairowitz (born 1943 in New York City, United States), is a writer. He has written radio dramas, graphic novels, and nonfiction books & essays.

Mairowitz studied English literature and philosophy at Hunter College, New York; and drama at the University of California, Berkeley.

In 1966 he immigrated to England, where he worked as a freelance writer. He was one of the founding editors of International Times.

Since 1982 he has resided in southern France.[2]

Works[edit]

  • The Law Circus (1969), a play.
  • BAMN: Outlaw Manifestos and Ephemera 1965–70 (1971), editor with Peter Stansill.
  • Flash Gordon and the Angels (1971), a play.
  • The Radical Soap Opera: Roots of Failure in the American Left (1974).
  • The Stalin Sonata (1989), a radio drama.
  • Kafka for Beginners, also known as Introducing Kafka (1993), illustrated by Robert Crumb.
  • Introducing Camus, illustrated by Alain Korkos.
  • Graphic novel version of Franz Kafka's The Castle, illustrated by Czech artist and musician Jaromír 99 (Jaromír Švejdík).[3]
  • Love Tunnels: Getting Married in Las Vegas, a radio documentary broadcast in February 2021 on the CBC Radio programme Ideas.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Follow this love tunnel as couple ties the knot in Kitschville, USA (aka Las Vegas)". CBC Radio. 2021-02-04. Retrieved 2021-03-22.
  2. ^ Best Radio Plays of 1989. Methuen/BBC 1990.
  3. ^ Launch: The Castle by Jaromír 99 and David Zane Mairowitz Self Made Hero

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