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July 12, 2009


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Hi Emma. Welcome back. I look forward to your posts this week. Lovin' "Little Spells."

best regards,

Hey Michael,

Nice to see you here; thanks for checking out the posts. And I'm so glad you're enjoying the book!


Hi Emma,

Loved your comments about Denise Duhamel's "Ka-Ching." I also read the collection from cover to cover and went back and re-read it.

Thanks for your insights.

Judith Terzi

Thanks, Judith. I believe Denise is editing an upcoming book about humor in poetry, in case you're interested. It's a bit scholarly and sounds promising, with poets such as Tony Hoagland contributing essays.


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