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real vs. imaginary

There are imaginary cities for scientists, vampires, lechers and even bad students—but what about writers? more

Columns

The poet John Glassco lived in disguise, masquerading as a member of the gentry while writing pornography and reinventing his past. more

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“You Never Looked So Simulating,” a poem presented at the In(ter)ventions conference in Banff, February 2010, and first published in West Coast LINE. more

Poetry

ADVICE FOR THE LIT-LORN
WRITING QUESTIONS, QUANDARIES & PICKLES

Is it cuckoo to go back and work on a book I started
a few years ago, and which I have super mixed
feelings about? 

Jesey R., Tacoma WA

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