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The Crew By Earl LeClaire
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"We were quite a crew. I thought I was tough and getting tougher all the time but the guys I hung around with, Bad Bob Royster, Pike, Hank-The-Man, Manny and Bundog made me look like an altar... More > boy. Prohibition is still in effect as I’m telling you this story and everyone with a boat is still making money and being shot at. We had our day. And we paid dearly for it. We were just trying to muscle in on some of the action. I guess ‘muscle in’ isn’t the right terminology. We were more like jackals trying to get our share after the lions brought down the prey."< Less
The Crew By Earl LeClaire
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"We were quite a crew. I thought I was tough and getting tougher all the time but the guys I hung around with, Bad Bob Royster, Pike, Hank-The-Man, Manny and Bundog made me look like an altar... More > boy. Prohibition is still in effect as I’m telling you this story and everyone with a boat is still making money and being shot at. We had our day. And we paid dearly for it. We were just trying to muscle in on some of the action. I guess ‘muscle in’ isn’t the right terminology. We were more like jackals trying to get our share after the lions brought down the prey."< Less
EPIPHANIES AND BENEDICTIONS By Earl LeClaire
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Earl LeClaire does not write poetry. Earl LeClaire writes life. He takes very high resolution pictures of the world with his mind’s camera and then, with the precision of a sci-fi computer... More > somewhere between Clarke’s HAL and Asimov’s UNIVAC, he translates each pixel into such precise words, lines and stanzas, that one forgets where the color ends and the poetry starts and where did that thief called time disappear.< Less
Below The Mayonnaise Factory By Earl LeClaire
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In "Below The Mayonnaise Factory", Earl LeClaire's poetry takes on many shapes and colors. His frank observations on the human condition are absorbing. You walk away from them only to have... More > them keep coming back. The work is, by turns, extremely funny and very troubling as he celebrates life: his, ours, and theirs. "Very sharp... wonderful energy... talented and original and crisper than the sort of thing one sees getting published left and right. Just fine work!... a shock and a pleasure to read." -Steve Kowit, Gorilla Press. "Earl's poetry is a sledgehammer." -ruth weiss, the "Beat Generation Goddess".< Less

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