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Visiting White Noise Temple 《拜访白噪音寺》, by Sophia Kidd

It’s monday. Next week this time on that plane, I will see more than sky. Traveling through space, like analyzing a chessboard, one’s role diminishes the game. It’s really good to have this time with my father, Peter Kidd, to have flown … Continue reading

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With Vincent Ferrini in Boston: a Conversation, by P.J. Laska

by P.J. Laska [ SCENE ONE: A mom and pop Chinese restaurant next to the Combat Zone. Mom and Pop are at the next table folding won-tons. Mom has a bad eye. She brings hot tea in a glass that … 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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