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About meI live in an apartment in the SOMA, and I like to read things and write things. If you email me about my books, I'll give you a kiss.

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Currently reading50: A Celebration of Sun and Moon Classics (Sun and Moon Classics, No 50) by Douglas Messerli
Audio Culture: Readings in Modern Music by Christoph Cox

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Recommend me some literature, bitte! I'm parched over here.
Thanks for writing about Mark Levine's Debt. I got it at my favorite used book sale (I dream about it, particularly as the time gets closer) for twenty five cents. It was clearly unread- as new- perfect. The prices are amazing at the sale, particularly for the poetry. In fact, many of the poetry books I come from this sale. At that price, I just pick them up and look at them when I get home! Most of them are signed/ inscribed.
must have been a momentary glitch at my end. my keyboard is covered in peanut butter.

your link works fine.

maybe i'll see you at one of these many readings this week and next.
dear EH,

i had no luck visiting your homepage. is the link right?

best,
EH
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