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Paul Bancel Print E-mail

Paul L. Bancel’s short stories and op-ed pieces have appeared in a number of Michigan publications and The Ann Arbor News. Heidelberg Street was the setting for his award-winning story, "The Polka Dot House," published for the Detroit Tri-Centennial. He has also written and produced two plays about Amelia Earhart, Jealous Sky and Driving Them Crazy for the Indianapolis Fringe Festival.

A former engineer and a graduate of DePauw University and Eastern Michigan’s Creative Writing Program, he lives and writes in Ann Arbor.