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April 17, 2014


Tania Roudebush

Congratulations on your new book!
Wishing you all the best.

Black Dog Books

Thomas Alan Orr

I thoroughly enjoyed this post! I was at that Borders Books signing, lo, those many years ago! Best wishes for the new book!

Tom Orr

Richard Grabman

I remember Joan Morris well... a true friend to all book-aholics. Congratulations on the new book, from Mexico's only English-language publishing house, Editorial Wisemaz, S. de R.L. de C.V.!

Stephen Phillips

In this century, a new book is not much of an event. But a new book of poetry is always a special event. For me, it is particularly special, as a welcome communication from you. Ron will ensure that your book gets to Versailles. Congratulations! I'll brake for Ted AND Jared.
Steve Phillips

Ron Tschudy

Sadly, my record of never having been to one of your signature events will remain unbroken. But it seems to me that they become MORE ... reputable ... overall as the years pass, not less. Maybe do the next one in overalls, he said, fittingly.

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