Date: Wed, 16 Oct 1996 11:48:28 -0500 Subject: Re: The land is dry This is a multi-part message in MIME format. jay marvin wrote: > > > Where can I get the addresses????? Do they do translations? Easiest way if your on the net is to go browse the electronic poetry center at SUNY Buffalo, where yopu will be able to find a list of both publishers & magazines and, for many of them, not only their snailmail address, but also their website addresses. -- Most of the publishers I enmntioned in my previous message do translations as well. ===============================================================Pierre Joris | "Poetic knowledge...is the knowledge of finitude, Dept. of English | of words and things that happen once and SUNY Albany | once only, measurable but not repeatable, the Albany NY 12222 | intuitions of _nonstatistical_ probabilities tel&fax:(518) 426 0433 | that are _creative_, not merely re-creative email: | (or recreational)." — Don Byrd joris-AT-cnsunix.albany.edu| ===============================================================
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