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Probes of Near-Field Optical Microscopy

Who is speaking?/Who is he talking about?/What guards?

Hero of the Local: Robert Creeley and the Persistence of American Poetry

Creeley, who was born in 1926, was active right up to his last weeks, both writing poems and giving readings.

Road Atlas; (Broken Free, the Mourning Cloak Butterfly Seeks the Swaddling of Its Cocoon.); Chimneys Impregnate the Clouds

When I fell in love, it was just like that: a narrow, single lane bridge with a CAUTION sign before it.

From A’s Degeneracy

I say, I merely mastered the method.

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The Brooklyn Rail

MAY 2005

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