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Contributors include: Tracie Morris, Andrew Wille, Etel Adnan, Nguyen Thi Hoan Bac (translated by Linh Dinh), Phan Ba Tho (translated by Linh Dinh), Logan Ryan Smith, Indira Ganesan, Fiore Grey, Zhang Er (translated by Rachel Levitsky), David Rachels, Mort Castle, Susan Manchester, Martin Cloutier, Seyhan Erozcelik (translated by Murat Nemet-Nejat), Richard Kostelanetz, ...more
Paperback, 32, 376 pages
Published May 2006 by The Naropa Press
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Sep 19, 2010 rated it really liked it
Shelves: art, literature, poetry
Oh, well, the editors of Bombay Gin are probably sick of reading/hearing about this BUT the 1st thing probably anyone who tackles this mentions is: THIS IS ABOUT 376 PP OF WHAT SEEMS TO BE 7 POINT PRINT. As if that weren't difficult to read enuf, the contributors section in the back is black ink on gray paper - making readability even more ridiculous. Nonetheless, as age 57, I cd still read the thing w/o glasses - but I'm sure I'm an extreme minority here.

That sd, the editors must've just felt
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