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Duane Simolke

Born in 1965 Duane Simolke is a writer interested in the history of Lubbock, Texas.  He earned his PhD from Texas Tech University in Lubbock in 1996. Simolke  authored The Acorn Stories, Degranon: A Science Fiction Adventure, Holding Me Together, and The Return of Innocence (with Toni Davis).

Simolke's works have been published in a variety of journals, including nightFire, Mesquite, Caprock Sun, Midwest Poetry Review, and the International Journal on World Peace.

Openly gay, Simolke founded the gay online newsletter "Rainbow Lubbock" in 1997.


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