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Art does not have to "work." It is. It's not created, necessarily, for the public to decide whether it "works" or not.

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No. 26

No. 26


Russell Atkins is a poet, composer, and editor. Born in Cleveland in 1926, his chapbooks and small-press books include A Podium Presentation; Phenomena; Objects; Objects 2; Heretofore; The Nail, to Be Set to Music; Maleficium; and Whichever. His only full-length collection, Here in The, was published by the Cleveland State Poetry Center.


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