'Never Be Daunted'

Hes not a stalker, just a smart guy from a small university who makes it a habit to befriend the worlds greatest artists

Mark Axelrod is an amiable whirling dervish of energy, an ambassador of literature, really, one of those good soldiers who may end up as well-known for how he promoted great writing as for his own work. Call him Orange County's version of Ezra Pound. His own enthusiasms bridge North and South America, the moneymaking impulse and the artistic one, a love for the popular and the esoteric, and the bridges have been made possible by that Axelrodian thing: that dauntless willingness to make the connection, to put himself out there, to make the idea in his head real. He's an entrepreneur (literary division), it turns out, and in that an awfully nice fit for the county he lives in.


THE JOHN FOWLES LITERARY FORUM  AND ARTE LATINOAMERICANO EXHIBIT AT CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY, LEATHERBY LIBRARIES, SECOND FLOOR, THE DOY AND DEE HENLEY READING ROOM ONE UNIVERSITY DR., ORANGE, (714) 997-6750; WWW.CHAPMAN.EDU. CARMEN BOULLOSA KICKS OFF THE LECTURE SERIES ON FEB. 12, 7 P.m. CONTINUES THROUGH APRIL 23. EXHIBIT BEGINA Feb. 12 AND RUNS THROUGH MAY 15. CALL OR CHECK WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL LECTURE TIMES AND OTHER INFORMATION. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

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