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Urban Graffiti Mix #17

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Urban Graffiti Mix #17 by Mark Mccawley on Mixcloud     Between song and story and poem and monologue is the music of voice, the rhythm of voice, the melody of voice, the dissonance of voice — the urban voice, voice of the city, voice of its streets and alleyways, its gutters and cafes; the voice of the underclass and the bourgeoisie, academia and Bohemia; outlaws and establishment. Transgressive voices. Inventive voices. Voices seeping out tenement windows. Cracks in car …

Smiles and Serenity and Other Things Plumbed from the Depths by Paul-André Betito

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Smiles and Serenity and Other Things Plumbed from the Depths   by Paul-André Betito    

Towards An Authentic Voice In Poetry: 5 Statements by Stephen Morrissey

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Towards An Authentic Voice In Poetry: 5 Statements   by Stephen Morrissey        

Overexposure by Erica Anzalone

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Overexposure by Erica Anzalone         There, where her face is blotted out by the sun, in this overexposure, we will make love for the first time. We will not call it making love or even refer to it at all, not as fucking, or doing it. Even though you texted me, I will do you hard, like a stampede of horses up the side of a building running into the sun, like a line of flower girls …

Movie Logic: Poems by Erik La Prade — review by Mark McCawley

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Movie Logic: Poems by Erik La Prade   review by Mark McCawley     Movie Logic: Poems by Erik La Prade Poets Wear Prada (February 7, 2013) ISBN-10: 0615761232 ISBN-13: 978-0615761237 $12.00 US pbk | $12.53 CDN pbk | £7.55 UK pbk 36 pages, 5.5″ x 8.5″, Poetry     In Erik La Prade’s most recent collection, Movie Logic: Poems, Alan Kaufman, editor of The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry succinctly surmises that La Prade continues “his cinematic verse celebration …