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Jan Ullrich v Lance Armstrong

Katherine and Nick work together and send each other a lot of very important emails.

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Sooopermario

Katherine and Nick work together and send each other a lot of very important emails.

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William

Gregory Vincent St. Thomasino has a degree in philosophy from Fordham University. His poetry has appeared in Barrow Street, jubilat, The Germ, Washington Review, papertiger media and online at In Posse Review, 5_Trope, Rattapallax–FuseBox, BlazeVOX, GutCult, Word For/Word and can we have our ball back? Poems are forthcoming in LYNX and Xcp: Cross-Cultural Poetics. His e-books are Go (xPress (ed), 2003) and Go Mirrored (xPress (ed),2003).

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In the Great Court

I think I died last weekend but my body is in denial. Two nights of drinking by myself didn't help either And I can't listen to Frank Sinatra right now And I'm wondering if she's wondering who I'm with right …

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Ballade for Alan Gould

Alan Wearne is one of Australia's most important poets. He is one of the foremost exponents of the verse novel in the world. His works include The Nightmarkets and The Lovemakers: Volume 1 &2.

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Mickey Agonistes

Michael Farrell is a Melbourne poet whom this editor is quite fond of. Check out his book 'ode/ode'.

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Generation Upon Generation

B. R. Dionysius directed the Queensland Poetry Festival from 1997-2001 and is currently the editor of papertiger: new world poetry #04. In 1998 he was awarded the Harri Jones Memorial Prize for Poetry by the University of Newcastle.

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World Within World

BIO: B. R. Dionysius has co-authored an artists' book, The Barflies' Chorus (Lyre Bird Press, 1995) and two solo collections of poetry, Fatherlands (Five Islands Press, 2000) and Bacchanalia (Interactive Press, 2002). He was short-listed in the 2002 Mary Gilmore Poetry Prize for Fatherlands. He lives in Melbourne, Australia.

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