100 Pre-Read Blushes: When the Poem Is Not Enough
100 Pre-Read Blushes is a collection of verbal apologies-the things too many embarrassed poets feel compelled to say before they serve their poems to an audience. People will laugh, cry, gnash their teeth and smash their heads into walls. Then they'll read this book on the way to the local hospital.
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