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reading this wednesday 9PM at Solaris in Greensboro

If anyone is free and lives near Greensboro, I am reading with two excellent poets (Don Ezra Cruz and Rhett) at Solaris (a restaurant/night club in downtown Greensboro) at 9PM Wed Nov. 10th. I guess a band is going to play after our reading. Don't how late I'll stay though.

Also, one of students turned in Lisa Jarnot's Ring of Fire to Ed McKays used bookstore in Greensboro. Good price. Interesting student notes on the relationship between text and image and Dick Cheney in "Dumb Duke Death." Too bad they didn't keep the book. The essays on Lisa Jarnot's _Ring of Fire_ were the best of the semester.


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