14 July 2014

snail mail

rare these days to get letters. but today I got 2!

one was from a poet friend who is moving to Ecuador.

the other from my former boss at the Kent State library Dean Keller.  I'd sent him the recent broadside printing of my Venice Cafe poem (which mentions him). he in turn sent a copy to William Heyen. in his response to Dean the poet wrote: "Thanks, too, for the Alex Gildzen poem/broadside which I like a lot, its complex apprehension of time, our great theme, which sets me dreaming…"

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