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July 09, 2009


I agree wholeheartedly. And thanks for the link to the interview, brilliant.

Thank you, Terence, for your insights that make me want to purchase a book of poetry for the first time in years (I'm assuming, of course, that I can still get yours at no cost).

Thanks, Howard, but you may be able to get Geoff's at no cost as well. See this from a poem in his new chapbook: "...The white shark, fear-/Less in its field,/Outruns the current, reminding/Everyone who writes/To give it all away."

Ah, now I am cured of my abysmal ignorance and I know the work of Geoff Young, and treasure it. Thanks, Professor Winch, you are a godsend. Ah, the Easter Snow, it fades away too soon.
Bill Nevins

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