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Free Poetry Gems from Boog Archives

for Kurt on his 37th Birthday
IW: Below is the email from Boog publisher David Kirschenbaum announcing a number of free poetry books from his press that he has put on his website boogcity.com.
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Hi all,
We’ve switched hosts here at boogcity.com, and in doing so I discovered that we never put up this great Boog Reader pamphlet by Mariana Ruiz. So here’s the ink to Mariana’s pamphlet, and below this note are the links to the others that are online.
BR9: Mariana Ruiz‘ Smiling Into the Noise

http://boogcity.com/boogreaders/br09.pdf

best,
dak
BR2: Katie Degentesh’s I Didn’t Build This Machine
 
 
 
BR3: For Kurt on His 37th Birthday
At 2:06 a.m. on Feb. 17, 2004 I emailed 51 poets asking them for Nirvana acrostics by 3 p.m. that same day, three days before what would have been Kurt Cobain’s 37th birthday and a live performance of Nirvana’s In Utero Boog was putting on. These 13 writers met the call:
 
Todd Colby, Sean Cole, Shanna Compton, Jordan Davis, Erica Kaufman, 
Aaron Kiely, Thurston Moore, Lee Ranaldo, Tony Rubin, Alan Semerdjian, 
Jill Stengel, Edwin Torres, Dana Ward, Ian Wilder, and Stephanie Young.
 
 
the flipbook
BR4: Bruce Andrews’ C-Three /
Betsy Andrews’ In Trouble
 
BR6: Dana Ward’s I Didn’t Build This Machine

BR7: Stephanie Young’s Hiding in the Hidden Surplus
and the flipbook
BR8: Bill Luoma’s Dear Filesystem Panic /
Juliana Spahr’s Gender Trouble
David A. Kirschenbaum, editor and publisher
Boog City
330 W. 28th St., Suite 6H
NY, NY 10001-4754
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http://boogcity.com/
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