Emily Dickinson
Emily Dickinson

"The truth is such a rare
thing it is delightful to tell it."
- Emily Dickinson (1830 - 1886)

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By the way, our host, Charlie Rossiter, and his partner in poetry, Al DeGenova, have published their new book: "Back Beat". Lawrence Ferlinghetti commented, "Back Beat beats everything for being beater than the Beats." Live readings from this work were recorded at Chicago's Center Portion. You may Stream or Download an excerpt of this reading for your listening pleasure.

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