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May 26, 2008


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I've known Donald Lev and his great work for about 300 years now, and I am glad you celebrated him. He published me in Home Planet News (two stories, I think, and one interview) back in the pre-Cambrian era, but otherwise he has great literary judgment. I met many wonderful poets through HPN. Last year I saw Donald for the first time in a very long time at the Bowery Poetry Club. He was incredibly good, as always. He has one of the greatest voices in poetry.

I miss Enid.

Both of them are definitely unsung heroes.

He's great in "Putney Swope," too.

Someone should make a documentary about Donald Lev.

Daniel, thanks for the shout. If I wasn't smiling I'd swear I was sleep.

Hey Daniel,
come read "Song of Myself" in the Park Saturday, May 31, Robert Burns Statue, 6PM -- celebrate Uncle Walt's B-day -- everybody gets a section to read.
Bring chairs.

I miss Unpleasant Event Schedule. Will it ever come back, even as archives?

Daniel, it's already Wednesday? I thought you were blogging all week?

So here is my plagerized response to get you rolling...

I've got a pocket full of holes, head in the clouds the king of fools.

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