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“At 10:15 on the night of Saturday, April 5th, in Rock Creek, Montana, three friends decided, on a whim, to solicit for, edit and publish an entire one-time-only poetry journal by dawn of the following day. They contacted a list of admired friends, acquaintances and strangers, gave them, loosely, a few hours to send original work, and then awaited response. Several hours, a partial revolution of the earth and one-hundred submissions later, the results were born: LEFT FACING BIRD

Now thanks to Lucas Farrell, Greg Hill Jr., and Brandon Shimoda, I have five poems, in this remarkable one-off project. LEFT FACING BIRD is subtitled “Proper Aesthetics of High Terror” and includes the writings of 100 writers. Amazingly, the entire project took only six hours.

See my poems, “Autobiography,” “Concerning the Amputee,” “Freedom of Expression,” “Nightmare In Purple,” and “Vicarious Living” by going to Left Facing Bird and clicking on my name. Some of these poems have appeared on my blog in early drafts.

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