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“Immediate Worlds” by Anthony Bernini

My friend and foil, Michael Perkins, dismisses much of contemporary poetry as “chopped up prose,” which, admittedly, is true, but I’m a committer of chopped up prose myself. In my mid-thirties I began writing poems on a lark, discovering in … Continue reading

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