Applied Poetics ver 1.16.11.28:1420
Concocted in Bethesda, Maryland

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Thanks are in order to far too many people to list here, but particularly Misky Braendeholm, E. Kristen Anderson, James Moore, Margo Roby, Roxanna Bennett, Josh Medsker, Nancy Chen Long, Matt Trease, Ed Bremson, Beth Ayer, and everyone who participates/d in the Oulipost project and various Found Poetry Review events and groups. Your feedback, interests, and encouragement are indispensible. And a much-more-than-thank-you to Jenni without whose support and feedback none of the visions and aspirations behind AppliedPoetics would be more than scattered bits of code.

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