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Los Angeles Times


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David Smith is a nervy sort of aperitif, hailed by the Los Angeles Times critic Kenneth Funsten as "...one of the most original poets lately, to add his voice to American literature.


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-- Kenneth Funsten, L.A. Times


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100 Books for the Modern Person by Kenneth Funsten (Los Angeles Times)


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DILLINGER Volumes 1, 2, and 3, by Todd Moore / "Greatest poet of the American Plains since Sandburg" --Kenneth Funsten, LA Times; "Impressively done, down to the blood spot on the first inside page" --Robert Peters, Gargoyle (the blood was real); "Todd Moore runs with Language and makes every word count" --Elmore Leonard; "The scope of this project, and its contribution to American Literature, is perhaps unprecedented in the long history of small press publishing" --Michael Coffey, Small Press Magazine; "A genuine modern primitive, in the best sense of the term" --Paul Metcalf, Sulfur; "DILLINGER is sure to be a hit-- as much a bestseller as could be expected in the poetry game ... " --Joe Napora, Small Press News; and others: "pulls you into a frenzied mind" "a joy to read" "An American sleaze Oedipus Rex" "DILLINGER is chant, litany, rite" "a masterpiece" / ...


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