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The Proteins

Marcella Durand is currently the editor of the Poetry Project Newsletter and the co-editor of an anthology of contemporary French poetry (Talisman, forthcoming).

four short poems

Edmund Berrigan is the author of Disarming Matter (Owl Press, 1999). He was raised in New York, and performs music regularly as I feel tractor.

Today We're Going to Conjure a House

Boni Joi received an MFA in poetry from Columbia University. She is author of The Jaw-Harp Aphorisms and has self-published the Matchbook poems, a series of succinct poems printed on matchbooks. She lives in Brooklyn.


Adam Pollock grew up in Massachusetts, and studied at Bard College. He lives in Williamsburg with his girlfriend and their dogs, and works as a freelance Mac guy.


The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2004

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