1. The Antimodel

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    June 5, 2015 by Mel Turao

    It gets in the way of things: The hind in hindsight, the wind in window. But it doesn’t desire a …
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  2. The Weight of the World Versus A Lightness of Mind

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    July 26, 2014 by Mel Turao

    A Reader Response to Mads Bajarias’ Pepsi Tastes Funny When It’s Christmas Eve & You’re Alone Eating Canned Tuna   …
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  3. How To Read A Mel Turao Poem: An Introduction To A Few Inflammables

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    July 11, 2014 by Mel Turao

    By Felino S. Garcia, Jr. Melecio F. Turao, (whom I fondly call Mel after I’ve met him in both flesh …
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  4. A Few Inflammables

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    July 11, 2014 by Mel Turao

    No one seems to be within earshot of words in this long-overdue book by the talented Melecio F. Turao. People …
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  5. Hashtag Hash

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    July 2, 2014 by Mel Turao

    On my knees, I can’t tell light from sound, color from shade, distance from shape. “He’s having a heart attack,” …
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  6. The Walled City of Denial

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    June 26, 2014 by Mel Turao

    A knee jerk reader response to Mads Bajarias’ Pepsi Tastes Funny When It’s Christmas Eve @ You’re Alone Eating Canned …
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  7. The Ambivalence of Self-Disclosure in Peter Solis Nery’s Ten Elegies: A Sneak Review

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    June 21, 2014 by Mel Turao

    There’s no one way to read a poem. Some poems (and poets) are as elusive and clear as the weather …
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