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Three Or Four Pieces

I say “pieces,” because I’m not sure whether the Susan Steinberg piece should be “properly” called a poem. It certainly reads like one, to me at least, even though her works are referred to as stories. Anyway, my attention has been caught by these for the past few days already.

(And the Taggart shows no signs of relinquishing its hold.)

  1. “The Humanist” by Matthew Gasda (who also wrote a poem called “To Hart Crane”)
  2. “Spectacle” by Susan Steinberg
  3. “Refrain For Robert Quine” by John Taggart (yes, this Robert Quine)
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