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Fall 1993

PO Box 11157
Eugene OR, 97440

19 pp., $10/yr.

A bunch of poems and stories, two essays, a Shakespeare review, and a loose sheet of micro-reviews. Pete Lee's "Lust" gives the flavor of the majority of it's offerings: its narrator brings home a Burger King waitress who, knowing "the drill," will "wait/ until the lights go out," then crawl inside the narrator's wife. The latter "has a thousand faces" and also "knows the drill".--Bob Grumman

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This review originally appeared in TapRoot Reviews #5,
Copyright Burning Press 1994, 1996.

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