Patrick Fenton

last updated 1/29/2018

Patrick Fenton

AIX Systems Administrator for Walmart at IBM Corporation

Location:
1 New Orchard Road, Armonk, New York, United States
HQ Phone:
(914) 499-1900

General Information

Experience

L2 Unix Stability Team - IBMS Pty Ltd

Writer - Alphie McCourt

Playwright - Palmer Vineyards

Customer Service Representative - Haines Jones and Cadbury Food Service Specialist

Food Service Specialist - US Army

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Insomniacathon On-Line! - "Jack's Last Call: Say Goodbye to Kerouac" - An AudioPlay by Patrick Fenton -

Jack's Last Call: Say Goodbye to Kerouac written by Patrick Fenton, is directed by award winning audio dramatist Sue Zizza, and takes place at the end of summer 1964.
Playwright,and Kerouac Raconteur, Pat Fenton Playwright,and Kerouac Raconteur, Pat Fenton has long championed greater recognition of Kerouac in Long Island, what Fenton refers to as "the lost years of Jack Kerouac's Life." In an effort to edify and facilitate scholars, students and Kerouac fans, Fenton has composed a travelogue Walking Tour book titled "Jack Kerouac's Queens - The Lost Years" that verifies the existence of these years and traces the places in Ozone Park and Richmond Hill that are significant part of the Kerouac literary legacy. We are pleased to present Patrick Fenton's, "Jack Kerouac's Queens - The Lost Years" in electronic form here at Insomniacathon On-Line!Click Here To Learn More and travel through "Jack Kerouac's Queens - The Lost Years" . Fenton has created a moving portrait of a unique artist, rather than another dreary "Beat" stereotype. Bravo!" "Playwright Patrick Fenton based his script on recordings of Kerouac's final conversations with friends [who he met] at Gunther's Bar in Northport. Patrick Fenton and Larry Smith, friend of JK at Gunther's Tap Room - Click Here for More Pix. Patrick Fenton and Larry Smith, friend of JK at Gunther's Tap Room Writer, Author and Playwright, Patrick Fenton, the son of Irish immigrants, was born in the Irish working-class tenements of Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn on St Patrick's Day, 1941. As a Playwright, Fenton's "Kerouac's Last Call" is a poignant look at Jack Kerouasc's last days in Newport, LI as he wrestled with his misconstrued career.

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Insomniacathon On-Line! - "Kerouac's Last Call" - A Play by Patrick Fenton -

erouac's Last Call - A Play by Patrick Fenton
"Kerouac's Last Call" - A Play by Patrick Fenton. This is the Kerouac presented in an original play by Patrick Fenton, Kerouac's Last Call . Patrick Fenton and Larry Smith, friend of JK at Gunther's Tap Room - Click Here for More Pix. Patrick Fenton and Larry Smith, friend of JK at Gunther's Tap Room Patrick Fenton , is the son of an Irish immigrant who arrived in America via Boston's South Side. He was born in the Irish working-class tenements of Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn on St Patrick's Day, 1941. Fenton has worked as a New York City cab driver, bartender, and radio host. After dropping out of high school at 16, he spent much of his youth working in the factories of "Industry City" that lined Red Hook's waterfront. At 20, Fenton pushed up his draft and served in the US Army in Germany for two years. After being discharged in 1963, he eventually went on to study under the GI Bill. While working as a Court Officer in Manhattan's Criminal Court, he pursued a second career as a writer. "Drinking With Jack Kerouac in a Rockaway Bar" a new short story by Fenton was recently published in the London magazine, Beatscene, and in Eve Berliner's literary e-magazine, Eve's Magazine. In 1999, after conducting extensive research at Columbia University, Fenton, a noted Kerouac scholar, convinced the New York Historical Landmark Preservation Center to place a plaque on the Ozone Park, Queens building where Kerouac wrote his first book The Town and The City and started his On the Road journey. Fenton wrote the dedication for the plaque. Fenton has recently completed a collection of short stories about a lost part of Irish working-class, Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn where he grew up, titled, "Stoopdreamer and Other Brooklyn Stories," and is working on bringing these to the stage. Fenton has already mounted workshop readings of Kerouac's Last Call - one was in Kerouac's hometown of Lowell, Massachusetts and another in Northport, New York. Of Note - World Premiere of "Kerouac's Last Call" - Patrick Fenton's new play "Kerouac's Last Call" received it's World Premiere production in Jack Kerouac's hometown of Lowell, MA on February 15th, 2007 in a limited run that included Feb 15,16, 22, and 23 upstairs at The Old Court Tavern, 29-31 Central Street in downtown Lowell.

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