Third Factory/Notes to Poetry

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Fingers Crossed

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lipstickPam Rehm – Pollux (4’41”). Recorded at the Ear Inn on March 7, 1992 and archived on PennSound. The introduction (perhaps by Stacy Doris) mentions two forthcoming chapbooks, one from Leave and one from Oblek (in the event, Garlic Press), and appearances in Andrew Schelling and Benjamin Friedlander’s Dark Ages Clasp the Daisy Root. Download Pollux (pdf) from Duration. Stan Mir “recoversThe Garment In Which No One Had Slept on Octopus 6. Rehm’s more recent volumes, both from Flood.

Written by Steve Evans

July 30, 2009 at 10:55 am

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