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Joey Goebel was born on 2 November, 1980 in Henderson, Kentucky, United States, is a high school teacher. At 40 years old, Joey Goebel height not available right now. We will update Joey Goebel's height soon as possible.
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|high school teacher
|Joey Goebel Age
|42 years old
|2 November 1980
|Henderson, Kentucky, United States
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|$1 Million - $5 Million
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The band had a rabid following in the Tri-state area of Kentucky, Indiana, and Illinois. Goebel wrote over one hundred songs for the Mullets, some of them bitter love songs ("Swimmin' Alone with the Turkeys"), some scoffing at his surroundings—particularly high school ("At the Pep Rally"), some making fun of popular culture ("Intrusive T.V. Neighbors"), and some purely comedic ("At a Flea Market").
Goebel currently lives in Kentucky, with wife Micah. Goebel's third novel, Commonwealth, was published on July 4, 2008.
On July 4, 2008, Goebel's third novel, Commonwealth, was published. In 2009, he was the recipient of Romania's Ovid Festival Prize, awarded to a prominent young talent
In fall of 2005, Torture the Artist was published in German under the title Vincent by Diogenes Verlag, a Swiss literary publisher. Goebel attended the Frankfurt Book Fair, and he and Vincent were featured in Der Spiegel.
MacAdam/Cage Publishing of San Francisco published Goebel's first book The Anomalies in April 2003. The Anomalies was a Book Sense 76 title selected by the nation's independent booksellers and was nominated for the Kentucky Literary Award. Goebel's second novel, Torture the Artist, was released in October 2004, also by MacAdam/Cage. Torture the Artist was the finalist for the 2004 Kentucky Literary Award and made the long list for the Dylan Thomas Prize for 2006.
From 1996 to 2001; prior to becoming a novelist, Goebel sang and played guitar for a punk band called The Mullets with band members Jason Sheeley and Justin Hope. The band played about one hundred shows throughout the Midwest (many in Evansville, Indiana) and released two cassette tapes, a seven-inch EP record, and three Compact Discs.
Adam Joseph "Joey" Goebel III (born 2 September 1980) is an American author whose work centers around the peculiarities of culture in Middle America. He was raised in Henderson, Kentucky, a small town on the Ohio River across from Evansville, Indiana. His parents, Adam Goebel of Louisville, and Nancy Bingemer Goebel of Henderson, were both social workers and met in Frankfort, Kentucky. His older sister CeCe is also a social worker.