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Spring Trances in the Control Emerald Night & Cenozoic Asylum

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Paperback, 74 pages
Published 1982 by The Figures
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More 'fossil memory', more geology & remote control, Dewndey themes, "A Natural History of Southwestern Ontario Books I & II" from an unnatural intelligence.

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Christopher Dewdney has served as writer-in-residence at Trent, Western, and York universities. Featured in Ron Mann’s film Poetry in Motion with William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Michael Ondaatje, and Tom Waits, Dewdney has presented his groundbreaking poetics across North America and Europe.
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