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Julia Vinograd

(1943-2018) Alma Mater of the Berkeley street poetry scene was a woman who accessorized with animal bones and jewelry that incorporating big fake eyeballs. That was good enough for us, …

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Nina Antonia

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has been making her way as a writer for thirty-three years, which is an awful lot of misbegotten midnights dedicated to her craft. Chronicler of the wayward, Ms. Antonia has …

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Edward Ahearn

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Ed Ahern resumed writing after forty odd years in foreign intelligence and international sales. He’s had over two hundred fifty stories and poems published so far, and six books. Ed …

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Toni Artuso

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is an emerging/aging transfemale writer based in Melrose, a small town in Massachusetts. She recently retired from a 30-year career in educational publishing and is now transitioning, as well as …

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Eugene Atget

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1857-1957, French photographer best known for his extensive documentation of turn-of-the-century Paris

William Blake

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(28 November 1757 – 12 August 1827) was an English poet, painter, and printmaker. He has a Wikipedia page, while his works may be enjoyed in high definition images at …

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Marcia Blaustein

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A seasoned ad copywriter, M.S. Blaustein has proudly created dozens of promotional blights on our culture. She is also a part-time stand-up comic, happily venting her frustrations on stage at …

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Jim Cheff

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Jim Cheff is person of diverse passions. These passions include surrealist literature and art, experimental music, and vintage children’s television programs. He has written two novels, ‘Mister Planet’ and ‘Dark …

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Mary Crosbie

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Mary Crosbie haunts Brooklyn as a Class II manifestation. She appears to weary travellers when they haven’t had enough coffee. You can see her work in Gross and Unlikeable, Blood Bath …

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