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2 Responses to i•Phone *möbius strip* {hybrID.(b*oo*k)}: in*tro

  1. Heath Brougher says:

    Wow! It’s almost uncanny how similar it is to the poems I’ve been putting together for a book tentatively titled “Expect to Explode.” If you want to see better quality versions of my type of these poems look at issue 7 of Angry Old Man or Outlaw Poetry. Think I had some good ones published there if you want to get s better idea.

    • Krysia Jopek says:

      thank you for reading my new hybrid work–and for your comment!
      yes, sheikha a realized we were kindred spirits when she saw this iPhone poem.
      would love to see the poems referenced–i’ll google for a link tomorrow–
      time to sleep!! where the f did the weekend go? i’m happy though–i spent most
      of saturday on my own writing! can’t wait for your diaphanous micro issue!
      krysia

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