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ballad of Artie Bremer

Vincent, Stephen

ballad of Artie Bremer

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Published by Momo"s Press in San Francisco, CA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Stephen Vincent.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCS 93/09879 (P)
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1485362M
LC Control Number93154640

Ballads of the Book is released on Chemikal Underground, Mon 5 Mar. There is an album launch event at CCA, Glasgow, Fri 9 Mar and a Triptych show at .   By Tony Attwood. Thin man ends the first side of Highway 61 LP, and when it was released in I really did wonder about it. It certainly was a song of disdain – and that plodding descending bass is just so perfect for the contempt that is in the song, symbolising the disdain of the slow walk away. Alumni & Students. Contacts for Department of Creative Writing The Book of Birth Poetry, ed. Charlotte Otten (Bantam Books, ). The Ballad of Artie Bremer. San Francisco: Momo’s Press, Founding Coordinator. California’s Poetry-in-the-Schools Program,


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Stephen Vincent lives in San Francisco where he is a poet, writer and visual artist. His books include: Piece by Piece (Okike + Redberry Publications, ), White Lights & Whale Hearts (The Crossing Press, ), The Ballad of Artie Bremer (Momo's Press, ); WALKING (Junction Press, ), Sleeping with Sappho (faux ebook, ), Triggers (Shearsman ebook, ), Author: Stephen Vincent.

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