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Texfiles poet of the week

Chris Murray (the trek and meme of American poetry) has featured me as texfiles poet of the week. (thank you Chris).



chris said…
Marcus, Hi--

So happy to have your work on texfiles! I apologize, however, because early morning (3 or 4 a.m.) when I was posting the announcement, Blogger unexpectedly shut down--arrghhh!--so that I could not get back in to correct some typos and so they have stood until just now, my first chance to get back to proof and correct. I think this new Blogger interface is sometimes not very user-friendly, but then when they shut down like that (which they sometimes do in the wee hours), it's really aggravating.

Well, anyway, that glitch is over, thankfully!

Best Wishes,

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