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A Hundred Posters

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Poetry. Magazine. CD-ROM. In the mid 1970s Alan Davies edited forty issues of the influential magazine A HUNDRED POSTERS. Approximately one hundred poets were published, many more than once, with some represented by single-author issues. The magazine was for a time representative of the Boston poetry scene; it later went on to publish poets from many backgrounds, including ...more
Published May 1st 2010 by Faux Press
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Near the end of an interview with Lyn Hejinian by Craig Dworkin, originally published in Idiom #3 (Berkeley: 1995) (& available online as "Roughly Stapled" @: ) the following exchange occurs:

"CD: As the same writers and same works which Tuumba announced start to be picked up and re-printed by larger small-presses, like Sun & Moon, or by anthologies like the new Norton Postmodern, what at one point might have been described as a coterie poetry has the chance to reach a larger audience -
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