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Sinners Welcome is a collection of poetry (plus a bonus essay) by Mary Karr, © Harper Perennial 2006 Advertisements
Child Wonder is a novel by Roy Jacobsen and translated by Don Bartlett and Don Shaw, © Graywolf Press 2011 *Wow sorry for the mishap. I wrote this last week and it never published! Enjoy two videos this week! Woo-hoo!
The New Clean is a collection of poems by Jon Sands, © Write Bloody 2011
Tree of Codes is a die-cut narrative by Jonathan Safran Foer, © Visual Editions 2010 A cool interview with Foer about the book is “Book as Art Object” in The New York Times