Stephen Dale Marlowe is an author, professor and lawyer. As Dale Marlowe, his essays and fiction have appeared in various publications, including Owl Farm, The Tippecanoe Gazette, Global Voices, The Dayton Daily News, The Miami Review, Hispanic Outlook, The National Jurist, Metazen, The Weekly, and Emic.
Steve graduated from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop in 2002. Since 2004, he has been a features columnist at Chapati Mystery, where he writes under the nom de guerre Farangi. A collection of stories, Digging Up The Bones, The Weight of This Life, a graphic novel (with Aaron Lindeman), and Honky Fatwas, a retrospective chronicling a decade’s-worth of essays for Chapati Mystery, are each scheduled for 2015.
He is COO at Potemkin Media Omnibus, Ltd. Steve has been a member of Edison State Community College‘s English faculty since 2005. As the spirit moves, he represents people in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio as a consumer bankruptcy attorney.