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July 19, 2009

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mind if i ask who the translator of cernuda's prosepoem was here? edward mycue

Kafka? Rabbi Nachmann? Now I get it (I think) about prose poems.

I mentioned the translator in the blog. Ray Melendez.
A guy I knew back then in San Francisco. The Journal only had one issue.

r

Dear Mr. Garcia,
I was very pleased to read that my story "The Death of Rabbi Yoseph" was your favorite from Imperial Messages. I am currently preparing an e-book collection of some of my stories (including that one) and I would like to quote your appreciation of my work on my website for the book. Is that agreeable to you?
With best wishes for all your creative endeavors,
David Slabotsky

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