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Thank you, all more than 250 of you, who came to BBXVIII last night. Thank you, Brandon Shimoda. Thank you, Maggie Nelson. Thank you, Dorothea Lasky. Thank you, ADX. Thank you, Gigantic Brewing. Thank you, Wave Books. Thank you, Tin House. Thank you, Graham Gregg. Thank you, Travis Meyer. Thank you, Brittany Dennison.

Thank you, all more than 250 of you, who came to BBXVIII last night. Thank you, Brandon Shimoda. Thank you, Maggie Nelson. Thank you, Dorothea Lasky. Thank you, ADX. Thank you, Gigantic Brewing. Thank you, Wave Books. Thank you, Tin House. Thank you, Graham Gregg. Thank you, Travis Meyer. Thank you, Brittany Dennison.

Partly because of reading Mary Ruefle, I don’t want to be at the top of a cliff I haven’t climbed. I want to be at the bottom, amazed by it, and know that it’s not there.
Maybe think about buying Mary Ruefle’s Collected Lectures: Madness, Rack, and Honey because Wave Books will you send one of her backlist poetry titles for free.

Partly because of reading Mary Ruefle, I don’t want to be at the top of a cliff I haven’t climbed. I want to be at the bottom, amazed by it, and know that it’s not there.

Maybe think about buying Mary Ruefle’s Collected Lectures: Madness, Rack, and Honey because Wave Books will you send one of her backlist poetry titles for free.