Paul Drisgula

Paul Drisgula writes novels now after a thirty-five year career as President/CEO of a network of Planned Parenthood health centers spanning the Mohawk, Hudson, and Saint Lawrence Valleys of Upstate New York. He is best known for his work Phaedra Cooper and the Half Boy. He plans to write several more novels leaving the previous assertion open for debate.

Paul's prior writing experiences were limited to issue papers, strategic plans, staff memos, annual reports, and promotional materials in support of women's reproductive health though several board members can attest to the fact that his monthly reports often qualified as fiction. To his credit the board only realized this years later, upon his retirement.

Paul's educational experiences with the Felician Sisters, Franciscans (at a minor seminary), Sisters of Saint Joseph, and Jesuits added flavor to his debut novel. His experiences with Planned Parenthood (you are free to savor the irony here) provide insight (though limited, he insists) into the intricate eddies of human sexual behavior and religious dogma.

He is a lifelong Dodgers fan and a subscriber to MLB TV, in part so he can watch full recordings of West Coast Dodgers wins and East Coast Yankee losses.

Paul resides in the village of Scotia, New York, with his wife, Mary.

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