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Bombay Gin 35:2

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Magazine. Poetry. Fiction. Literary Nonfiction. Art. BOMBAY GIN is the literary journal of the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University, co-founded by Allen Ginsberg and Anne Waldman. Emerging from the "outrider" lineage, which operates outside the cultural mainstream, BOMBAY GIN publishes poetry, prose, and hybrid texts as well as art, translations, ...more
Paperback, 35.2, 119 pages
Published July 1st 2009 by Naropa Press
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Nov 21, 2010 rated it really liked it
Shelves: art, literature, poetry
Oh, well, what the hay? (Or is it "hey"?) I'll give this issue a rating since it might be the last issue of Bombay Gin that I'll read for a while - GIVEN THAT IT'S THE LAST OF THE 16 ISSUES THAT AMY CATANZANO GAVE ME! In other words, as of this review, I'll be getting closure on a pleasant task I've set myself - that of reviewing all the BGs Amy was generous enuf to give me.

SO, yeah, I liked this issue. It 'starts' off w/ K. Silem Mohammad's "from SONNAGRAMS & damned if I don't think I shd get
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