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The Dada in Me

(This essay appeared in the August/September 2015 issue of The Country and Abroad.) “Dusted with surrealism,” began a review of a poetry chapbook of mine, but while I’m hesitant to disown praise from a critic, I haven’t been a fan … Continue reading

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Woodstock History: Poets Duel in the Mud

(This piece first appeared in the Woodstock Times.) Who, besides poets, likes the local poetry scene? Years ago, Mikhail Horowitz warned me, “The smaller the pie, the sharper the knives.” Oh, I’ve gotten compliments, but the slights are what I … Continue reading

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