Monthly Archives: January 1993

Can You Drive A Truck?

Carla Schwartz #272 POE 1993.001 Can You Drive A Truck? is a collection of poems written in 1992. This is the unedited collection. Chapters include, “Something Missing,” a collection of love poems; “You’re just my material, Baby,” more love poems; … Continue reading

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The Mower

Kathleen Parley #271 SOC 1993.001 Life in the grass is perilous when you are 3 1/2″ tall, particularly so when the tall men bring out the mower. Warned by his elfin intuition that the mower is going to come through … Continue reading

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The Sorrows of Young Squire Smith

Robert Butler #270 MEA 1993.002 A, B The Sorrows of Young Squire Smith consists of two collections of tales. In The First Collection of Tales, young Squire Smith has dual fatherhood (of a sort) and a superb classical education, but … Continue reading

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Ulalume’s Tomb Revisited

Robert Butler #269 MEA 1993.001 The Place Below. A dozen “shades” appear seated, clock-face-wise, in a circle. One presents his “story”, Poe’s Ulalume, with line-for-line interruption. The Prince of Darkness himself takes over, but discloses his low morale with reference … Continue reading

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