Monday, June 19, 2006


Many of these fine poets are also bloggers; surfing between the half-dozen sites, one visits with authors born on four continents. Mark Young's "Exile & The Middle Kingdom" is an excellent introduction to The Onion Union's second issue, tying together themes of the Internet and nationality. Young, one of the world's most net-friendly poets, investigates the possibility that, rather than a New Zealand poet or an Australian poet, he may be a poet of the Internet.
From Marcus McCann's introductory blurb to issue two of The Onion Union. The first time I've ever been one of "the world's most" anything.


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