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January 31, 2009

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Thank you Molly for a most wonderful week of posts. You have been so generous. I hope we keep this discussion and exchange going. I've certainly learned a lot and am happy to be introduced to so many new and wonderful poets. I'm going to create a "Canada" category so your and other relevant posts will be easy to find in one place. Stay tuned . . .

Thanks from me too, Molly, for the bordercross banter. We'll have to do a _Jailbreaks_ reading in NYC one of these days. I've been to NY state, but that was back in my days as a smalltime cross-border smuggler of cheap contraband. Never been to the Big Apple. Here's to the free exchange of art and ideas.

Cheers,
Zach

For anyone still following this thread, Jason Guriel has posted a response to another BCP poem, over at Harriet:

http://poetryfoundation.org/harriet/2009/01/lost_and_found_a_reading_of_a.html

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