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Poetry

After Seven Days at a Hotel with T

Phan Nhien Hao was born in 1970 in Kontum, South Vietnam, and now lives in California. The author of a collection of poems, “Paradise of Paper Bells,” his work, translated into English, is featured in the anthology Three Vietnamese Poets (Tinfish, 2001). To order, send $7 to Susan Webster Schultz, 47-728 Hui Kelu Street #9, Kaneohe, HI 96744.

The Monk and the Child

ANZHELINA POLONSKAYA lives in Moscow. A volume of her poetry in English will be published by Northwestern University Press in 2002.

Dust Balls (Pablo Did It Much Better)

Kenneth Dolin is an actor, poet and occasional corporate servant living in LA. He has been to Brooklyn. Twice.

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The Brooklyn Rail

JAN-FEB 2002

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