Monthly Archives: November 2017

CLOUDS

. . . he would not intervene with the weather on behalf of the clouds whose real purpose he sought to undermine for no other reason than his own vanity.    (Alex Caldiero, Clairefontaine) (from and answer, Alex Caldiero) (from Vomit questions on … Continue reading

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World War II

Just graduated from high school in Windsor, Colorado, our father volunteered for service in WWII. He did flight training in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and eventually was stationed with a B-29 crew in the Pacific. When I think of him during … Continue reading

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Who is the Poet What is the Book

Last night Alex read from his book written/drawn/sanded/soaked while floating down Utah’s Cataract Canyon. The event was sponsored by 15 Bytes, Utah’s Arts Magazine and featured the winner and two finalists for this year’s poetry prize. Katherine Coles (Utah’s former Poet … Continue reading

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The Perfect Fence

We have constructed a new website for the book. You can find it here: https://doublevisionbooks.wixsite.com/the-perfect-fence Let us know if you have any suggestions as we expand and improve it. Looks like the book will be available through Texas A&M University … Continue reading

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