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Getting Delayed Live With It

July 19, 2017

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Painting by Gregory Thomas

(We’re) still putting together the forthcoming first ever annual magazine which will include fiction by Tasha Hass, and Paul Costa, poems from Johnathan Mayhew, David Mcloghlin and more; lots of epistles, some imaginary, some found, all of them rather touching, intimate or funny; a comic strip from Allen Forrest; some regular features including the tour of people’s private or private vs. public spaces, an LFE apologizing and groveling before the lack of maintaining the theme of “the collapse or bridge between the public and the private” in EPP Issue one.

But that’s not all!  My third chapbook of poems Rapport Privilege is still available in print for $10.00, as well as PDF, please order a PDF copy $5.00 for (on the luddite honor system as of now) by emailing me at blamecreed@gmail.com or send me a much welcome snail mail at Enduring Puberty Press, C/O Creed Shepard, 246 N. 8th St., Lawrence, KS. 66044.  Please click on the link below to watch my “text trailer” to my forthcoming fourth chapbook, Rapport Privilege, which will be published by Spartan Press some time in the fall.  These are really interesting poems, if you like a lot of poetry that tries to be contemporary, you should give it a try.  I’d love to hear from you and see what kinds of musical, literary, visually artistic or other collaborations we may come up with.  Thnx

Watch and Listen by clicking Here but turn the volume down a little for the first three seconds.

 

 

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