Born in Nanaimo, he has also lived in Toronto, Montreal and Budapest. An English professor at Memorial University, he won the 1995 annual sub-TERRAIN short fiction contest. His books include Doggone (Gutter Press) and When X Equals Marylou (Arsenal Pulp, 2002).
When X Equals Marylou (Arsenal $19.95)
In these stories about balding men, ghost chasers, doppelgangers, bibliophiles and dystopian subversives, Dobozy careens through continents and time—from Russia to Canada. He has lived in Budapest, Powell River, Victoria, Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal. 1-55152-133-4
[Spring 2003 BCBW]