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Contributors include: Andrew Peterson, Junior Burke, Lila Zemborain (translated by Monica de la Torre and Rosa Alcala), Reed Bye, Lisa Jarnot (interviewed by Travis MacDonald), Rebecca Brown, Hoa Nguyen, Clayton Eshleman, Ines Arrendondo (translated by Susan Briante), Michelle Naka Pierce, Julia Seko, Akilah Oliver, Anne Reynolds, Zhang Er (translated by Bill Ransom), ...more
Paperback, 33, 188 pages
Published May 2007 by The Naropa Press
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Another interesting issue of Bombay Gin - the 11th I've read so far & probably one of my favorites. There's a vision to the design here so I reckon that Jennifer Rogers deserves some credit for that. The front & back covers have what strike me as biology diagrams. I don't know what they're of but I think of skin cells or plant structure or some such. Then the frontispiece has a sequence of 20 images, arranged in 4 rows of 5, of a microscope & its view. These images, & ...more
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Nicholas B. Morris was born and raised in southwest Arkansas, splitting his childhood between small towns and farms. He was educated at Arkansas Tech University and Naropa University’s Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. He lives in Denver, Colorado with his partner Alyssa Piccinni.
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