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back in the saddle

American surrealism . . .

zachary schomburg

I need to get my hands on some of his books . .. and Cathy Wagner's My New Job and Matthew Roher's books . .. haven't read Matthew Rohrer since 2005 when he came to Greensboro . . .

Just read Maureen Owen's Zombie Notes and loved it . . .

take the tube for over two hours every day for work.

Tube reading for this week:

Tulsa Kid by Ron Padgett

Great Balls of Fire by Ron Padgett

How to Be Perfect by Ron Padgett

Tarantula by Bob Dylan

Poetry State Forest by Bernadette Mayer


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