Sunday, March 26, 2017

Dawidziak’s take on the ‘wonderous land of imagination’
Mark Dawidziak; another year, another book
The BJ’s Clint O’Connor has an outstanding article about former BJ and current PD pop critic Mark Dawidziak’s latest book, “Everything I Needed to Know I Learned From The Twilight Zone,” the Rod Serling masterpiece.

Mark lives in Cuyahoga Falls with wife Sara and daughter Becky and various animals.
“Twilight Zone” aired from 1959 to 1964, but lives forever in the minds of those who watched the crafty Cincinnatian’s chilling life lessons and took “a journey into the wondrous land of imagination.”

Mark has written or edited 15 books, and is co-writer and co-editor on five others, about everything from “Columbus” to Dracula to Mark Twain, which Mark performs in area venues so well that only Hal Holbrook comes close to hitting the Mark as our Mark.

To read Clint’s article on Mark Dawidziak and the lessons of “The Twilight Zone,” click on 

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