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Hey Marcus Slease - We just finished putting yr book together. When you rub yr hand against it, it whispers. — Drew Scott Swenhaugen













limited run of 150 copies

scratchy purple cover

a bit of creative translation of Basho 

there is a gay balloon flower song

there are pocket rubbings near Buddhist temples

there is a Korean pizza with hot sauce

there is both ham and spam

there is Wal Mart

there is a temple dripping with rain

there is a blowjob in the rain

there is nothingness

there is love

there is a flying bird teahouse

and more . .





THANK YOU  POOR CLAUDIA
Francesca Chabrier
Rick Delucco
Travis Meyer
Drew Scott Swenhaugen
Stacey Tran
Nick Van Eck


order here: http://www.poorclaudia.org/details_slease.php 

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