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Pursuant to the laurel-strewn intellectual biographies of some of our poets (#1, #2), I've decided that I ought to have a mockup of mine ready to go, as well, for the next time I publish in a catchpenny zine, or wow suburban Jewesses with my Brahminic delivery of my own verses. It seems reasonable it should go a bit like this, including pseudo-theosophy, pointlessness, and making shit up:
Erik Kennedy is one of the most famous Anglophone poets in the world. He is the author of eight poems, and has recently published in The Bathyspheric Review, VOiCE, and Spunk! Recent winner of the Priority Projects Consultancy Prize, his new book, John Drinkwater and Other Poems, is forthcoming in the fall (Riga, 2004). He lives in Forteviot, Perthshire, where he channels the mysterious stuffs of the universe into four-beat quatrains.