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STEVE ROGGENBUCK. 5 Points: POOR ME I HATE ME PUNISH ME COME TO MY FUNERAL—- (by Grant Maierhofer and Kil). TWOCLOSEWORDS: REFUSAL / REFUSAL. Our Lady of the Flowers, Echoic by Chris Tysh. An Ethic by Christina Davis. (Canadian) Sunday Service: Andrew Faulkner poem. Amelia Gray replies to Earl. Baby Marie-Antoinette Opens Up Upon Simone Weil, Gang Rape, and More

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    wordriot.org An Interview With Christopher Higgs by Andrew Borgstrom | Word Riot

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    thefanzine.com There is No Year by Blake Butler hits shelves

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