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From the forthcoming film by Bill Hayward, Asphalt, Muscle and Bone, about a man at risk, the persistence of imagination and the impossibility of love. Produced by Bill Hayward and Anna Elman.
Posted by The Best American Poetry on May 25, 2008 at 12:00 PM in Bill Hayward | Permalink
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