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Friday, 18 June 2010
Destruction | Chapbook | Disaster Mode by Howie Good
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Vol XVI: Disaster Mode
We published one of Howie's poems a time or so ago - and after which asked him to send us a whole chapbook. He did. It's all worked out very well - this is it. It concerns disaster and pinholes of light. Right on.
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