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Igneus Press Announces its Re-New Release of Academia Nuts, by William Bland (55 pp., 2016)

It was ironic, being boiled alive by foreign academia, in Chinese grad school, and here was my Dad giving me this book to typeset for Igneus, poking fun at academia.  I secretly enjoyed the subversion, and Academia Nuts was published … Continue reading

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“The Poet As Comedian: Contextualizing Dick Martin’s boink!”

(This review by Richard Blevins of Richard Martin’s 2009 boink! (Lavender Ink Press, 260 pages) was originally published in House Organ, Number 90, Spring 2015)   “He created his own Kool Aid reality and was able to illuminate himself by it.” … Continue reading

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Peter Kidd’s Review of NIGHT & DAY by P.J.Laska

NIGHT & DAY P. J. Laska Xlibris, Poetry 146 pages, $18.50 Amazon.com Vincent Ferrini introduced me to P. J. Laska in the late 1970’s. I was living in Athens County, Ohio and he was a native West Virginian who had … Continue reading

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