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May 01, 2011

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Great start! I'm really looking forward to this week of posts. And I love the "one guideline" you've put on your contributors.

Stacey

Props for acknowledging the pros and cons of labeling poets. After all, only the Sith deal in absolutes ;-)

Looking forward to the rest of the series.

Thanks to you Stacey, and to everyone at Best American Poetry for this opportunity.

Thanks Oscar. I hope the Sith will forgive me when I say that Sith poetry is rather dry and uninteresting. ;-)

Beautiful and inspired, and inspiring so far. Thank you.

Thanks Fredken! Hope to see your comments on the other posts in this series.

I am really enjoying Kenji's idea of contributing and curating posts about APIA poetry, something I don't read enough about in lit blogs and journals. Keep it coming...

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