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March 30, 2021

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Oh no. I'm so sorry to hear that he's gone. Herbert was a wonderful man--erudite, charming, kind, and one hell of a raconteur. He was a fantastic poet and I hope that his work finds the audience it deserves. I will miss him.

Thank you for your comment, Kate -- greatly appreciated. I loved the guy.

Me too, David. The world is a lesser place without him.

I forwarded Flesh 78 to my sister who studies at the Art Students League via Zoom. She, in turn, sent it to the 25 members of her class--it was quite a hit. Thank you for reminding me of Mr. Engelhardt's
work.

Rachelle

Thank you, Rachelle Bijou.

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