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Lee, Mark, 1950-

LC control no.n 98031505
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPS3562.E35455
Personal name headingLee, Mark, 1950-
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Variant(s)Lee, Mark W., 1950-
Associated countryUnited States
LocatedNew York (N.Y.)
Birth date1950-10-27
Place of birthMinneapolis (Minn.)
Field of activityFreedom of speech Human rights
AffiliationPEN (Organization)
Profession or occupationNovelists Dramatists Poets War correspondents
Found inHis The lost tribe, 1998: CIP t.p. (Mark Lee) pub. blurb (American poet and playwright; plays have been produced in London and New York; worked in Africa as foreign correspondent; covered the genocidal war in Uganda)
Phone call to Picador, Apr. 2, 1998 (Mark Lee ; b. Oct. 27, 1950; at this time the play, Rebel armies deep into Chad, does not appear in this author's bio)
His Rebel armies deep into Chad, c1989: t.p. (Mark Lee) t.p. verso (copr.: Mark W. Lee)
Wikipedia, February 5, 2014 (Mark Lee; American novelist, children's book writer, poet and playwright, born in Minneapolis, Minn.; has worked as a war correspondent; plays include: California dog fight, Rebel armies deep into Chad, and The private room; novels include: The lost tribe, and The canal house; and his first children's book, Twenty big trucks in the middle of the street (2013); active in freedom of speech and human rights activites for PEN, the international writers' organzation)
The biggest puddle in the world, 2019: jacket flap (Mark Lee; lives in New York City)
National bib agency no.1032E1484E
Associated languageeng
Invalid LCCNn 90703231
Quality codenlc