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You can hear musical settings of some of her poems in her most recent book, ask anyone Pressed Wafer on her website, [ ruthlepson. For interviews, photographs, bio, reviews, interviews, prose, samples of work and more, visit [ lynlifshin. Lima, Robert : A prize-winning poet, critic, bibliographer, playwright and translator. His poems have appeared throughout the U.

Poetry of the Hispanic Americas Lowery, Matt : Hailing from central Colorado, he spent his childhood staring at trees and building electrical gadgetry. He now spends his time as a software developer, designer, and student, working from a small experimental production studio in Denver's Capitol Hill district. When pressed, he will admit that his current artistic interest involves minimalism, formalism, and futurism.

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O'Dell, A. She received her B. Her piece "The ordinary-ness" was recently published in Blakelight Literary Magazine and four of her selections ran in the winter edition of The Writing Disorder. One of A. It is one of the most beautiful and challenging projects she has ever worked on. Oseguera, Jose : An LA-based writer of poetry, short fiction and literary nonfiction.

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Having grown up in a diverse urban environment, Jose has always been interested in the people and places around him, and the stories that each of these has to share; those that often go untold. She has taught, lectured and read widely in the United States and Europe. For more information, including his essay "Magic, Illusion and Other Realities," and a complete bibliography, please visit [ simonperchik.

Martin's anthology, Monde James Dean. He has worked as a paramedic, a cab driver, a cook and tour guide. A long time San Francisco writer, he now lives in South Florida. Will Rogers said, "Live in such a way that you would not be ashamed to sell your parrot to the town gossip. Randall, Margaret : Has four children and ten grandchildren, and lives with Barbara Byers, her partner of 23 years.

She currently writes art criticism for NYArts magazine. Rothenberg, Jerome : An internationally known poet, he is a translator and anthologist with over seventy books of poetry and several assemblages of traditional and contemporary poetry such as Technicians of the Sacred and Poems for the Millenium.

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He teaches cross-disciplinary courses that blend humanities with other areas. He has published over 50 poems in over 20 different journals mostly within the past year. He also has critical work published in Symbolism and Cinematic. He loves to travel. Stevens, Geoff : In the 's, inspired by local versifiers, and then by reading Dylan Thomas, he began to write poetry and to submit it to magazines.

He also began a long interest in reading poetry in public.

He was a founder member of Spouting Forth poetry performance in the 's and, with Brendan Hawthorne, started the Poetry Wednesbury group of poets in Terrill, Mark : Shipped out of San Francisco as a merchant seaman to the Far East and beyond, studied and spent time with Paul Bowles in Tangier, Morocco, and has lived in Germany since , where he's been scraping by as shipyard welder, road manager for rock bands, cook, postal worker and poet.

Two have been serialized in a small literary magazine and several excerpts from them have appeared separately. I occasionally publish photography.

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I have also published technical reports and popular articles about networking and application of computers to text processing. I published a book on Macintosh applications with Wiley in Vassilakis, Nico : Works in both textual and visual poetry. Lover Crystal Curry is a graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop, where she was a postgraduate fellow. Weishaus, Joel : Was born in New York. He has published over forty essays and book reviews. He also discovered heroin, which allegedly took his life. Prior to that, XeusZenon had said that an overdose was impossible, since "anyone who knows what they're doing won't O.

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Macek, J. Neuda, M. Woods makes the important point that the Fed's artificially low rates were the most important cause of this deep recession. The Community Reinvestment Act, while certainly playing a role, did not distort the entire economy in the way that artificially low rates did.

This perspective is even more important now than it was in the years immediately following the collapse. The federal funds rate has been kept at effectively zero since the crisis, inflating another huge bubble that will burst at some point. This time, the cheap money appears to be flowing primarily into stocks, where I expect we'll see another burst much like the dot-com stock crash.

If you're looking for an extremely detailed or nuanced account of the financial collapse, there are likely better sources out there. However, for someone that is looking for an introduction in Austrian economics and how it applies to what has happened over the last fifteen years, this is a good read. It's only pages, but it packs a good amount of information considering how short it is. This also would be a great tool for proponents of Keynesian economics to get a better sense of the Austrian perspective without investing a lot of time in reading a longer account.

Feb 16, Patrick S. This was one of the first books to be written about the finical crisis. I know Woods wrote the book in something like a month. With all the information in this book that had to be an arduous undertaking.

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Woods' approach is to look at the cause of the '08 crisis under the Austrian economic business theory. Essentially, this theory says that value of something is subjective and people act to their ends, according to ideas. From this, order, money, value emerges. This is comparable to other me This was one of the first books to be written about the finical crisis. This is comparable to other methods that attempt to try and quantify every aspect to make predictors.

Unfortunately, this takes out the factor of human action. Without doing the job of the book, this approach explains what we saw in '08 from an approach that not many have ever thought about it. Having listened to enough Tom Woods' podcasts, I had a decent grasp of the concept but this book presents an amazingly complete case from the Austrian side of things.

This book forms concentric circles around the '08 crisis. It covers the reasons and people who were responsible for the crisis. Then it covers other countries who experienced their own financial crisis and what the Austrian model says. Then it covers what is money, value, currency backing, and other basis economic issues that someone might not have thought of.