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Jason Labbe is author of a chapbook, Dear Photographer, and poems appearing in Poetry and Conjunctions.
Poems that embrace narrative, brevity, down-to-earth diction, and slapstick.
Not a wall but the surface across which the room is projected.
Warmth and light and radio static...
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