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Friday, February 20, 2009

Crater Cleveland Erie: a Poets' Indirectory

Green Panda Press announces the release of
Crater Cleveland Erie: a Poets’ Indirectory vol.1 .09

being the submissions by several poets of phone numbers and or addies, plus a hand of on-goings, in order for poets to reach poets, and as a resource for hosts of venues. the 'rectory is named after the regulation NBA court-sized crater which lived for a time on our Public Square.

while there are not poems in this stapled chap, excerpted are the words of Atkins, Crisis, Lang, & Thompson, on calling out. it is a fairly tongue in cheek produxn, as phone directories are rather passé now; in fact many poets chose to give their email in lieu of the digits.

two dollars gets you this book, unless you need it shipped.
one dollar from each will go to The Lit, as much-needed funds.

the books are available at Mac’s Backs and Visible Voice bookstores for two dollars, or by tucking three dollars into a letter mailed to Green Panda Press 3174 Berkshire Road Cleve. Hts., OH 44118

if you wish to make a larger donation to The Lit, or want several copies, make out a check to Green Panda Press, and the donation will be made in your name.

thanks, Bree

5 comments:

dianne borsenik said...

Super, Bree! I'll be ordering some, or picking them up at VV or Mac's... I certainly appreciate all the work you put into it, and will utilize it often and much, I'm sure.

John "JC" Burroughs said...

A great idea, methinks. And I'm a combination of honored, humbled, and giddy to have even a piece of me included. My mom has instructed me to buy her 10 copies... for now

Pressin On said...

John u do us right, in yr photos. glad u gave em up for this.

dianne borsenik said...

Stopped by VV, Bree-- they don't have your books, yet. Do you have an idea when you might drop some off there?

Pressin On said...

drat they were dropped off there today--perhaps they did not get put out or were not yet there when you arrived. but they are for sure at vv and mac's backs. sorry you went for nada!

Cited...

The poet doesn't invent. He listens. ~Jean Cocteau