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Fall 1993

8419 Rhode
Utica MI, 48317

64 pp., $5.00

The focus here is poetry and short pose that snipes--the targets are various, but gentility is certainly #1. One poem, for instance, is a long list by Michael Foster of instructions from a poetry magazine editor, including the standard injunction against poems that are "pornographic, racist sexist/ or (demeaning to) animals/ domestic or wild...". The zine also contains a revealing reminiscence by Gabriel Monteleone Neruda of time spent some forty years ago with Dylan Thomas and Salvadore Dali, and a handful of informative mini-review of other publications by editor Mark Donovan.--Bob Grumman

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This review originally appeared in TapRoot Reviews #5,
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