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200 Shorts with author, poet Salvatore Buttaci

200 Shorts with author, poet Salvatore Buttaci

Salvatore Buttaci has been writing since childhood. His first published work was an article entitled "Presidential Timber" that appeared in the Sunday New York News when he was fifteen.  Buttaci was graduated from Seton Hall University in 1965 with a B.A. in Communication Arts. His major was drama, and he has written and directed several full-length plays for educational theater.  In 1981, he earned an M.B.A. in marketing from Rutgers Graduate School of Management and was a marketing executive for 12 years. Before retiring in June 2007, he taught English on both middle school and college levels in New Jersey.  He is currently editor of The Word Place and author of,Family of Sicilians: Flashing My Shorts, and 200 Shorts to name a few .   Sal collaborated on many songs with his musician brother Alfonso. Four of their songs were background music in a 1989 movie, Fortress of Amerikkka. He is a publisher-member of ASCAP.  Buttaci now lives in Princeton, West Virginia, with the love of his