Vital Signs"

Natalie Kusz

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Title: Vital Signs"

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First serial publication. Contained in the rare Spring 1989 issue of The Threepenny Review, a now-established quarterly magazine. This early issue includes work by (among others) Isabel Colegate, Millicent Dillon, Thom Gunn, Natalie Kusz, Jeremy Larner, Wendy Lesser, Leonard Michaels, Christopher Ricks, Mark Rudman, and Michael Ryan. Bookseller Inventory # 000393

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