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About meErik La Prade received his B.A. and M.A. from City College. His most recent poetry collections: "Movie Logic," was recently released by Poets Wear Prada, (February, 2013), and a chapbook titled "False Confessions," was published by Alternating Current in 2011. Breaking Through: Richard Bellamy and "The Green Gallery, 1960-1965," published in 2010 by MidMarch Arts Press, traces the history of Dick Bellamy's celebrated art gallery through interviews with twenty-three of its exhibited artists including Claes Oldenberg, James Rosenquist, and Frank Stella. Poets Wear Prada issued a chapbook, "SWATCHES," in 2008. Erik's first book, "Things Maps Don't Show," was published in 1995; his second, "Figure Studies," in 1999. His poems have appeared in "Artist and Influence, Fish Drum," The Hat," "Night Magazine," "The Reading Room," and "The New York Times." He has also published articles and interviews in "The Brooklyn Rail," "Captured: A Film/Video History of The Lower East Side," and "The Outlaw Bible of American Essays."

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