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New Chapbooks from Smoking Lung

S. K. Page

The indomitably named Smoking Lung launched five more small books into the world in October 1998, at an extravaganza held at the Western Front in Vancouver. Smoking Lung has become proficient in the art of launching chapbooks and getting them distributed. They have good editorial sense as well: these new books are all very good: Some Girls Do by Teresa McWhirter; Hundred Block at Nine by Lyle Neff; Lost In All Directions by Kerri Embry; What Leaves Us by Ryan Knighton; Eating Dirt by Karen Solie. More information can be had from: smokinglung@hotmail.com.

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