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).
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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]