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Andrei Codrescu

Andrei Codrescu is exorcising CoVid in Queens near Corona Park. He is the winner of the Ovid Prize and wrote No Time Like Now: New Poems.

For Bill Berkson

Asked to write about a beloved work of art is excruciating, like a red-hot iron sizzling on the small of a young woman's back one late August night in a pop-up branding-and-crucifixion rave I attended a decade ago in New Orleans.

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Andrei Codrescu would like you to read his new poetry book, The Art of Forgetting, and his recent book Whatever Gets You Through the Night: a Story of Sheherezade and the Arabian Entertainments. 

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Andrei Codrescu’s (www.codrescu.com) recent books are No Time Like Now: New Poems (Pitt Poetry), The Japanese Tales of Lafcadio Hearn (Princeton University Press), and his translations of Lucian Blaga, In Praise of Sleep (Black Widow Press). He lives in Brooklyn.

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Andrei Codrescu (codrescu.com) is looking for an agent, a patron, a venture capitalist and a scribe. His favorite recent books are Whatever Gets You Through The Night: A Story of Sheherezade (Princeton University Press, 2010), The Postman Dada Guide: Tzara and Lenin Play Chess (Princeton University Press, 2009), and So Recently Rent A World: New and Selected Poems (Coffee House Press, 2012).

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Andrei Codrescu is exorcising CoVid in Queens near Corona Park. He is the winner of the Ovid Prize and wrote No Time Like Now: New Poems.

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