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March 07, 2008


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What a thoughtful, fresh and open dialogue. I enjoyed the piece immensely. Todd should consider reaching out to Marc Jacobs' company to inquire about some sort of type of corporate sponsorship in support of TC's upcoming book...... I can easily imagine collaboration possibilities between these two talented American men. Peace out. *e

I like the way you're thinking!

Todd is awesome. Jen is awesome. Thanks for a not typically ridiculously snobby poetry interview that no one can understand except the interviewer and interviewee. I mean, I actually could read this one and laugh.

Sandra S

BLOB OF A VOICE might make a nice title.


WOW! Todd what an Interview!

Prageeta Sharma read at my school out here in Washington, we were talking about old friends and your name came up, so I though I would check in with you. I told her to tell you hello if she talked to you!

Take care,

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"After You've Gone"
on the piano
in the corner
of the bedroom
as I enter
in the dark

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