THE MIDDLE OF SUMMER (it feels like)

I was excited when a friend told me MOODS was on display at McNally Jackson, a book store I've always wanted to visit.  In this picture it looks so like the Amherst Books Poetry section.  Even that stretching girl seems slightly familiar.  

In local news, no more Kathy's Diner.  Mike Young couldn't be reached for comment. 

Also, if you are looking to read one of the wildest, most sophisticated sex stories of the 70's, find Harold Brodkey's Innocence.  The story appears in Brodkey's "Stories in an Almost Classical Mode" and also in the anthology "My Mistress's Sparrow is Dead" which is the only anthology I've ever loved and carried around with me like a treasure.

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