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"HUNGRY MY HEAVY BUOYANT!"
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IT WAS WRITTEN: POETRY INSPIRED BY HIP-HOP
Honored to have my b-girl/ breakdancer poem ( page 18 ) and writing prompt (page 199) included! IT WAS WRITTEN. POETRY INSPIRED BY HIP-HOP . Edited by Jason McCall & P.J. Williams .

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inter|rupture #19: "this way; had shattered"
Many thanks to Editors Curtis Perdue, Elizabeth Onusko and Anna Pollock-Nelson. Issue #19 features selections from M__TM___RE !

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Really System serves up some Jacques Lipchitz
Many thanks, again , to editor Patrick Williams! Three selections from Jacques Lipchitz in Issue #12: Slyly as Meter .

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backstage at the submission apparition exhibition
2016 : 11 acceptances + 53 rejections received; 2015 : 12 acceptances + 88 rejections received; 2014 : 9 acceptances + 31 rejections received; 2013 : 12 acceptances + 37 rejections received; 2012 : 12 acceptances + 39 rejections received; 2011 : 16 acceptan...

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AMERICAN POETRY REVIEW: five poems
Previously in APR: " acrobatic macaroni, or at a music-boiled battle scene " & " BIG TIME " (Winner of the Goodreads Poetry Contest, May 2010). Many thanks to Elizabeth Scanlon and all of the APR editors.

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*ADMIT ONE (OR, THE TROMBONE POEM)*
Big thanks to Poetry Editor Kari O’Connor and the rest of the Helen editors for publishing * ADMIT ONE (OR, THE TROMBONE POEM) *. Means a lot to me. Now, who's got my Trombone Shorty tickets?

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"LOOKING AT LIFE THRU THE SPECTRAL ARCHITEXTUAL"
Jacques Lipchitz rides again! Many thanks to Taleen Kali and the rest of the DUM DUM staff.

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"blood through the depths of instinctual beast self"
QWERTY OWL: ON THE WRITING OF THE WRITTEN OBJECT originally published in Sprung Formal #11. Many thanks to Jordan Stempleman and Janie Marino.

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In her poem, “Lipchitz,” Gertrude Stein wrote: “When I know him I look at him for / him and I look at him for him and I look at / him for him when I know him. / I like you very much.”
Huge thanks to Queen Mob's Teahouse and Reb Livingston.
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