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Amina Cain generously quotes a line from my bonjour meriwether and the rabid maps at her Third Factory/Notes to Poetry post “Attention Span 2012”, here.

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bonjour meriwether is featured on display at the University of Arizona’s Poetry Center, as part of “A Closer Look at Maps”. The exhibit “explore(s) ways poets use the concept of the map to create surprising and innovative explorations of space, place and the passage of time.” More about “Maps” exhibit, here.

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