e premte, 3 gusht 2007

"The dead doesn't bleed, You need to have real blood-flow conditions, or you get a false sense of security."

Roo Borson once demonstrated surgical products for a controversial Small Press that used poets - which were later killed - in operations whose only purpose was to sell books to major big box bookstores , b-l=a=c=k=f=l=i=e=s has learned.

"It was a horribly cruel, outrageous program, "Friends of Poets" President Billy Wilcox said about the demonstrations of papers cuts on poets conducted by Coach House Press employees during Borson's and Steven Heighton's tenure there in the late 1990s.

Wilcox said Coach House Press demonstrations on hundreds of poets each year through the 1990s were done to boost sales, not for linguists research or testing.

The Poets were "either put to death following the sales demonstrations because they can't recover from them, or they die during them," Wilcox said.

Heighton's multi-media presentation, featuring models in crocheted strap-ons, guides "the audience" through a self-examination of their bathing suit areas! Borson's life-sized game of Operation has participants digging for anatomical treasures. Those daring enough to play will find clues to both the already completed chapters of Borson novel and future chapters to come. Damian Rogers and Emily Schultz co-host and interview the authors! Former Coach House alumni Victor Coleman will be demonstrated on!

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