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August 10, 2009


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Elena, I'm so glad you mentioned and quoted Cathy Colman's poems! "Borrowed Dress" is a great title (or concept for poetry). Having long been a sucker for both duende and anxiety, I'll take duende. Keep it coming!

Thank , thank you--and yes Cathy's work is marvelous. I'm trying to bring light to some new writers out here and make this whole thing a celebration of many topics. Thanks to David St. John and Gail Wronsky and others, we have a supportive, lively community of thriving writers and artists...

I shall lie down with duende's jellyfish veil and hope we can heal ourselves from the darkness

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as I enter
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