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Red Juice by Hoa Nguyen


Red Juice by Hoa Nguyen
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Handsome, well-made chap. Demotic and personal and eliptical and chiseled. Music that stays fresh all year. Lot's of interesting poems about/around motherhood. I now know about FAM and I want to look into it further.

Get a hold of this one while it's available. Smells and feels fab. Order from Scott Pierce (Effing Press):
Red Juice

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Hoa said…
Scott shared this with me. Thanks for the kind words.

FAM as I speak of it is based on the popular book "Take Charge of Your Fertility". See http://tinyurl.com/5ybhh

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