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Also by Kevin Stein:
Juliet Prowse and the Cast of Can-Can Dance for Nikita Krushchev, Hollywood, 1959 | Love Poem Penciled above April's Sad Math | Politics of Mop and Sponge
Love Poem Penciled above April's Sad Math
Never mind that. Tax forms and fudged receipts.
Printed in the Spring/Summer 2000 issue of CLR
Kevin Stein is the author of five books of poetry and criticism, most recently Private Poets, Worldly Acts (Ohio University Press, 1999), essays on poetry and history. The poems printed here will appear in his forthcoming collection, Chance Ransom, to be published by University of Illinois Press in Fall 2000. He teaches at Bradley University.
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