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Linus Slug

ahhhhh great to be in London among these folks!!!

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Anonymous said…
who does linus slug think she is? Getting nine poets to write nine new pieces of poetry using nine lines or the number 9 just to satisfy her own ludicrous obsession, then, not only making them read at crossing the line - probably because this rhymes with nine, she collates this poetry into a zeen or zyne and peddles it to all and sundry. The audacity. How dare she. If you want to see more of this upstarts activities you will find them here: http://ninerrors.blogspot.com/

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