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Quincy Troupe


Poet, editor, and writer of The Structures of Vocabulary: Poems; Adam Baldwin: The Legacy; and Mls and Me: A Memoir of Mls Davis. He became the initial Poet Laureate of California in 2002. He researched at Grambling Condition College or university with an athletic scholarship or grant. After falling out of college, he moved into the U.S. Military and resided in France. While in France, he fulfilled writer and philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre, who motivated him to become article writer. He was the movie director from the Malcolm X Middle in LA for quite some time. While teaching on the College or university of California, NORTH PARK, he also founded a literary mag. The son of the prominent Negro Group baseball participant, he was raised in St. Louis, Missouri. He afterwards resided in California and lastly settled in NEW YORK along with his wife Margaret. He co-wrote The Quest for Happyness, that was adapted right into a film starring Will Smith.

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Full Name Quincy Troupe
Date Of Birth July 22, 1939
Place Of Birth St. Louis, MO
Profession Poet
Education Grambling State University
Nationality American
Children Porter Troupe
Awards American Book Award
Star Sign Cancer

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