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Saturday, November 08, 2008

Glens Falls Post-Star article

I'm quoted in an article in today's Post-Star. They sent a reporter and photographer to the last poetry reading at the bookstore in Glen Falls. Sadly, they didn't print my poem with the others.



Poet Michael Rush unfolded the paper containing poems he had printed out to present.

His work included lines like "to know a thing diminishes it" and "If I could be anyone, I would be everyone."

The writer said his work often loses meaning when read aloud.

"I look for something that can be conveyed verbally," Rush said of his choices for the session. "A lot of my stuff is written for the page."

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