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new books :-)

Andrew Duncan's Origins of the underground
Tom Atkins Folklore
Tom Atkins Horace
Soft Targets (featuring Brian Howe purchased from Bookarts Bookshop in East London)
Maggie O'Sullivan's Body of Work
Mairead Byrne's Talk Poetry

spent the very last of my american money in my last american bank account. also used that money for an imac. all gone now. that was my retirement money :-) all i need really. big computer screen for writing and reading poetry. building up books again. all gone now. Living week to week with a temp agency gig at the local college.

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William Keckler said…
Those are some good ones for a long winter.

They'll grow frost on your big screen television.

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