LitCrawl— 9/9/11

There is order in disorder, if you allow it; the respected American poet, Wallace Stevens (1955 Pulitzer Prize for poetry), was also an insurance company lawyer who Hemingway once punched out in Key West. Still, the avant-garde, while forever outside the pale, remains hopeful, like the UNBEARABLES who have collectively published hundreds of books, articles and poems garnering nearly as many awards. They are historians of contemporary culture. They are infamous and insightful, funny and profane provocateurs who will resort to fist-fighting if required. They are: Max Blagg, Jim Feast, Susan Scutti, Ron Kolm, Jack Boulware, Chavisa Woods, steve dalachinsky and Clayton Patterson. Hosted by Jody Weiner.

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