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Friday night makings and readings

Ewa is putting nail polish on chapbook cover of chapbook Balloons. The ink with title and name did not dry on Napalese paper. 


Some copies of cover painting have now been printed on tracing paper. 


Grzegorz Wroblewski's These Extraordinary People:


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Getting dizzy with fumes. We need to make a mock up for the chap. Print. Glue. We have a bone to make the pages flatten. A brush for gluing. A bowl.


Should be ready to go for my reading at Rich Mix in London on 18th June.


Earlier read some mighty good Hungarian gypsy poetry over at Milk Magazine


Attila Balogh:
http://milkmag.org/balogh.html 

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