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Date: Wed, 15 Feb 2006 18:41:53 -0600
From: Kent Johnson <Kent.Johnson@highland.edu>


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Odi et amo. quare id faciam, fortasse requiris?
nescio, sed fieri sentio et excrucior.
  --Catullus

Now available from BlazeVox Books:

Epigramititis: 118 Living American Poets, by Kent Johnson

270 pages of epigrams and images topical to poets of our era

Praefatio by the author; Introductio by Dale Smith; Cauda by Gongora
(adapted from Plautus)

"Thanks for sending me the epigrams.* Superb. It's about time for
something of the sort, I'd say, what with the ass licking that rules the
day. Especially the ass-licking that some ass-lickers want to pass off
as "avant-garde confrontation." My salute... And as to your question,
well, yeah, absolutely: Olson, if he'd lived to see what has happened,
would have loved these."
--Ed Dorn
* from a response by Dorn to a batch of the first epigrams, sent to him
in early 1999.

(to see the book's cover and for ordering information):

http://www.blazevox.org/bk-kj.htm

(to read the book's Praefatio):

http://www.fascicle.com/issue02/main/issue02_frameset.htm

Also soon available from BlazeVox Books:

Rodney Koenecke's *Musee Mecanique*

Mike Magee's *Mainstream*

Daniel Nester's *The History of My World Tonight*

Please visit our online bookstore:  http://www.cafepress.com/blazevox


Geoffrey Gatza
Editor
BlazeVox Books

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