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Peacock’s Sabertooth

There’s a feeling you get in Grizzly country when you’re passing too close to what looks like a perfect location for a bear’s day bed. Maybe a thicket of huckleberries, maybe an island grove of cottonwood with plenty of downed … Continue reading

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Prestidigitatious Verse: Enjoying the Trip of David Blaine’s ANTISOCIAL

(Published by OW Press, 2009. http://www.OutsiderWriters.org) The author’s bio at the end of this book notes that this is not the magician of the same name. Yet, David Blaine, the poet, plays with words the way I imagine the other … Continue reading

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