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Category Archives: September 2003

Nocturne

She came Forth falling: The moon (in) The window (grits) Its teeth (night) Sky watching (the woman) Pin up Her hair (and) Kneel in To bed (night) Sky watching (blood) … Continue reading

September 1, 2003 · Leave a comment

Lawsuits Are Pending in Redding Medical Scandal

Redding, California. Northern lip of the Sacramento Valley. A pair of prominent cardiologists (Dr. Chae Hyun Moon and heart surgeon Fidel Realyvasquez, Jr.) and the hospital they worked out of … Continue reading

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Spotlight On Traci Lords

Traci Lords: Underneath It All. Traci Elizabeth Lords. Harper Entertainment Publishers. This auto-biography tells the story of former porn star Traci Lords, and her ascent through the world of adult entertainment. … Continue reading

September 1, 2003 · Leave a comment

Postcards From the Underground

POSTCARDS FROM THE UNDERGROUND: PORTRAITS OF THE BEAT ERA. Larry Keenan. City Lights Books. Larry Keenan is renowned for his work in recording the chief participants in the Beat Generation movement of … Continue reading

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Harem

Aside from Bob Dylan’s VOLUME 5 OF THE BOOTLEG SERIES and Van Morrison’s sterling and visionary work on DOWN THE ROAD, 2002 saw a dearth of worth-while new music hitting … Continue reading

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