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Ken L. Walker

KEN L. WALKER still carries a Kentucky driver's license in his wallet even though he has lived in Brooklyn and Queens for the past five years. His criticism and poetry can be found in the Boxcar, the Poetry Project Newsletter, Lumberyard, The Wolf, Crab Orchard Review, La Fovea,Washington Square, The Seattle Review. He curates and produces the conversation project Cosmot.

Notes on the Construction of Ghost Costumes

Ken L. Walker still carries a Kentucky driver’s license in his wallet even though he has lived in Brooklyn and Queens for the past five years. His criticism and poetry can be found in the Boxcar, the Poetry Project Newsletter, Lumberyard, The Wolf, Crab Orchard Review, La Fovea,Washington Square, The Seattle Review. He curates and produces the conversation project Cosmot.

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The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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