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Hypercritical-Hypopublisher becomes Hypocrite

May 20, 2016

Those familiar with the transparent grudges this very excluded-feeling dilettante previously expressed, will find the following fitting.  I am happy to announce that Hypocrite Reader has accepted my poem, “The Surmountable Fourteen Percent”, which will also appear in my forthcoming chapbook, Rapport Privilege.   (Observe, origin of back cover here:)

New Damaged Children

Please consider this a preview and if the poem touches you in a way, or makes interesting combinations of paces of blood running in your brain, please consider ordering an advanced copy of my Chapbook.  The chapbook will be priced at $10.00 subsequent to the finished printing, but order now and you get it half off.  Just message me in the least intermediated (and clunky) online medium of communication, by email.

 

 

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