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In part with the third dusie kollektiv.

The complete issue will be available as well at dusie.org

the 49 contributors are:

Jared Hayes, Cara Benson, Amy King, Emma Phillipps, Arielle Guy, Jane Sprague, Ana Bozicevic, Anna Moschovakis, Kaia Sand, Anna Fulford, Samar Abulhassan, Mackenzie Carignan, Zoe Skoulding, Catherine Meng, Ann Bogle, Susana Gardner, Bonnie Jean Michalski,
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Published by Hynpyntar Press/Dusie (first published 2008)
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Maureen Thorson lives in Washington, D.C, where she tries to write poems and save the nation's steel mills from unfairly traded imports, and runs the smallest press in the world, Big Game Books. Her first book full-length book of poems, Applies to Oranges, is now available from Ugly Duckling Presse.

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