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A small color catalog that, as the "curator's statement" puts it: "collects artifacts that dont exist in a gallery that isnt built, holding shows that never took place".
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Published 2007 by AngelHousePress
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As I noted in my review of Amanda Earl's "Eleanor", she & I are GoodReads friends & we traded bks. She sent me 6 chapbks & a broadsheet. This is the 2nd of her chapbks that I read. This is quite different from "Eleanor" & that endears me to it (since I thought "Eleanor" was fairl conventional). The quandary is: is it even by Earl? I assumed it is since she sent it to me. HOWEVER, her name's nowhere on the bk - the identification is to: "deadstreet Gallery" & to the publishers ...more
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Amanda Earl is a troublemaker who haunts the streets & watering holes of Ottawa for inspiration. She is the author of the poetry book Kiki (Chaudiere Books, 2014), the erotic novel A World of Yes (DevilHouse, 2015) and the smut collection Coming Together Presents Amanda Earl (Coming Together, 2014). Her most recent chapbooks, Queen Christina, came out with Ghost City Press , and "I owe Saint H ...more
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