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Jesse De Clercq
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Curling Toes Cry on Sidewalks in Madagascar While You Laughed Aloud in Madrid
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we are pleased to announce the release of 'analogpress.net - a literary journal' | volume 4 summer2012 - pain: the enormity of its embrace.

our first theme issue focuses on the topic of pain and the many forms pain takes shape--and shapes our lives.  from loss to physical manifestations to the spiritual dilemma, pain shapes and defines our lives in the day to day and totality of the human experience.

the journal is available free online on our website http://analogpress.net - a literary journal as well as issuu.com.
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'analogpress.net - a literary journal' | volume 3 spring 2012 now available

we are please to announce the release of volume 3 spring 2012. http://analogpress.net.

the journal is also available now through issuu.com as a print edition.

please see 'analogpress.net - a literary journal' | volume 3 spring 2012 for ordering*.

to all our contributors and supporters, thank you--and happy national poetry month 2012. - the editors

Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield should be awarded the National Medal of Honor.

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‎"Chloe & Other Poems | 1992-2000" (an edition of my select poetry) is now available as an eBook from Google Books:
http://books.google.com/books?printsec=frontcover&id=a3GwqKNQc98C#v=onepage&q&f=false

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I've gone and done it--created more time needed out of my already limited time for marketing, marketing, marketing. Social networking blitzkrieg...ah, geez.

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Volume 1 Spring 2011 is now available for purchase (only $ .99--cheap!!!) as a an eBook! All proceeds will go towards establishing the journal as a non-profit ($800 to go for California status), which will eventually enable us to apply for literary grants to publish a print version:

http://books.google.com/ebooks?id=C7iO3O8oe28C&dq=%27analogpress.net+-+a+literary+journal%27&as_brr=5&ei=FfkaT7_LNIvClQSXt5WiDg&authuser=1&source=webstore_bookcard
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