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Editor Don Wentworth knows that great things come in small packages, and he's proven it time and time again in LILLIPUT REVIEW. In this issue, Steve Doering's "Mowing the Grassy Knoll" grabs you with "Last night I came home to/ find that some goof had/ monopolized my answering/ machine with a brain-/ chilling chant:/ 'A marriage license is/ not a warranty.'"; and Bill Shields' "dead poem #9" captures death in a strange forensic frenzy. The poems are sometimes gentle, sometimes hard, but they're always awfully good.--oberc

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This review originally appeared in TapRoot Reviews #4,
Copyright Burning Press 1994, 1995.

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