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Each Next

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Paperback, 56 pages
Published June 28th 1980 by The Figures (first published 1980)
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Shelves: poetry
Dear other, I address you in sentences. I need your nods and I hear your echoes. There is a forward movement still, as each word is a precedent for what new order. You can hear a distant habit. The sound of a low gas flame discharging. Even a hiss is only soothing because it is dark and nearing the shorter perimeters. When I run into boredom, I shift into another's past.

(She was "in a fury" and she wept in spite of herself. His letter told the usual stories in all the old ways. She swallowed the
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Great Bay Area avant-poetics!
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After graduating in English Literature, 1959, from Occidental College (California), Kathleen Fraser went to NYC to work as an editorial associate for Mademoiselle magazine, pursuing her poetic studies with Stanly Kunitz at The 92nd St. Y "Poetry Center" and, briefly, with Robert Lowell and Kenneth Koch at The New School. At this time, she began to meet a number of New York poets associated with Bl ...more
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