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#17, December 1993

PO Box 702
Bowie MD, 20718

52 pp., $2.50

A magazine that leaps right into your face. Michael Newell's "The Intruder" left me with the same paranoia my wife & I felt after finding the passed out gangbanger sleeping next to our apartment door. John Elsberg's "The Painter Works" (John is the editor of BOGG) captures art and poetry in fine swift strokes of exploration. McNeilley's poem about his first beer, and all the beers that followed, struck a chord (although I hated my first beer, and he loved his). Todd Moore's "Hurricane Johnson" carries that bitter existential angst you'd expect. Graphics by Walt Philips, tolek, and Menchen.--Oberc

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