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Harry Mark Petrakis

 

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After all the laughs, The Orchards of Ithaca ends up containing a moving story that vividly re-creates one small community in one of our largest cities.

Harry Mark Petrakis reads from and discusses his novel at Shaman Drum on Sunday, March 13.    (end of article)

[Originally published in March, 2005.]

 

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