"A pistol smuggled in typhus" by derek beaulieu

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"A pistol smuggled in typhus" by derek beaulieu

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Written after Arthur Rimbaud's Voyelles, A pistol smuggled in typhus embraces the sinister, the macabre, and the ugly side of language. In this, beaulieu's second contribution to our poetry lineup, vowels are made foul, and death germinates new a form of life, born of decay. Printed on grey cardstock, limited edition copies of beaulieu's 4.25" x 9" poetry leaflet are available now.

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