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Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Working Stiff Is Out!
I got a treat in the mail, a copy of the new book Working Stiff: The Anthology Of Professional Wrestling & Art. It looks great! I am excited to read it! Editor Josh Olsen did a fantastic job putting this together. It features many artists and writers sharing their work with professional wrestling as the subject. I am happy to be among such a great group, including my zine pals Crazy Carl Robinson, Michael Grover, Leopold McGinnis (who includes me in the wrestlers his wrestler faces in his poem), and Pat King. My contributions include a sonnet about WrestleMania, which has never before been published (I wrote it before Rowdy Roddy Piper died, so it's even more poignant for me now), and excerpts from Blog Love Omega Glee. Reading this book will make a nice way to warm up January before the Royal Rumble!
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