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Guernica Editions Book Launch

May.18.2010

Guernica Editions launches three new books of poetry and one hot biography:
Time Slip by John Oughton
The He We Knew by Merle Nudelman
What We Pass On by Maria Mazziotti Gillan
The Young Maria Callas edited by Bruno Tosi
Mirolla and Connie McParland.

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John's Latest Blogs

Jun.09.2012 - 10:37 am
Join me Dec. 16-23 for a writing workshop in the tropical splendour of the rural Dominican Republic. $1000 covers seven days of meals, accommodations and five days of...
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Apr.09.2012 - 10:11 am
Poem-a-day Challenge for National Poetry Month #8 Quiet dune stroll through live and fallen pinesthen crash on path just ahead, white flag flip,big brown doe,she and...
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Apr.07.2012 - 5:14 am
 Photos Friends Post on Facebook Neil Young A rabbit making the shadow of a human hand An absurdly tiny home A Montreal walk-up 1888 Black Bull Tavern Adam Ant, desperate...
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Apr.06.2012 - 6:46 am
Poem-a-day Challenge for National Poetry Month #6 NEWS FLASH! In an incredible breakthrough, archeologists have found and decoded a 60-million-year-old dinosaur text which...
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Comments from John

Aug.20.2010 - 4:32 am
In response to: Teaching and Poetry -- In the Same Sentence
Although I'm not currently teaching poetry, I have done so in the past. I've also been a visiting poet to give...
Aug.11.2010 - 6:42 pm
In response to: Fiction: The First Line
I'm just wrapping up a doctoral course taught by my thesis advisor, Rishma Dunlop.  She recently mentioned  your "...
Aug.10.2010 - 4:41 pm
In response to: Forthcoming Poetry / Poetry Forthcoming!
I think of myself as pre-dead (if post-modern).
Aug.09.2010 - 4:55 pm
In response to: Forthcoming Poetry / Poetry Forthcoming!
That's great news, and it'll be intriguing to hear how you reposition "race". Save a copy for an old dead white guy...
Aug.06.2010 - 5:18 pm
In response to: Fiction: The First Line
Yes
That is a great opening. It blends race, gender, violence and mystery in just six words.