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#3, August 1991

420 Orangewood
Lafayette LA, 70503

48 pp., $5

Proclaims: "DIE YOUNG is a little magazine of vast pretensions. A powertool amid the squalor of political thought... " I think it's great. It has a sense of humor, and still manages to publish very good poetry. Steven Petroff's "Mongolian Proverbs" is a nice example of wit and poetry at its best. And the rest of the crew were enjoyable to travel with. Hey, how can you resist a poem with a title like "The Ten Best Things" by Joe Sheffler, or Darrell Bourque's "My Mother's Right Foot"? The last is not funny... nor drearily poetic. These are exciting writers--may none die young.--Bill Paulauskas

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This review originally appeared in TapRoot Reviews #2,
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