Available now https://www.amazon.com/Joe-DiBuduo/e/B00644C2GG
Born in 1940, Joe DiBuduo grew up in Boston. He earned his GED at age 30, and a certificate in Creative Writing from Yavapai College at age 69. Books include collections of flash fiction and “flash-fiction poetry,” a children’s picture book, a young adult novel, Cryonic Man, – Story Time Karaoke @ The Chicagoua Café, – The Mountain Will Cover You, – and A Penis Manalogue,- a mixed-genre narrative inspired by Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues.
Three times a year, Jerry Jazz Musician awards a writer who submits, in our opinion, the best original,
previously unpublished work.
Joe DiBuduo of Prescott Valley, Arizona is the winner of the 34th Jerry Jazz Musician
New Short Fiction Award, announced and published for the first time on November 18, 2013. His story “Night Café” won Short Fiction Contest #31.
He won a second time for his story, “Alto Saxophone.”