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Straunge Wander by Steve Venright

Straunge Wander

by Steve Venright

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Recording engineer Steve Venright's most recent book of poetry is Spiral Agitator (Coach House, 2000). As founder and sole operator of the Torpor Vigil Industries label, he has released CDs by composer Samuel Andreyev and sleeptalker Dion McGregor. He's been an avid fan of Dewdney's writing ever since he read Alter Sublime in 1980.… (more)



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“I loved [Straunge Wunder]. Part Borges, part Calvino, a touch of Frederick Brown; I really enjoyed it.”
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