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Jim Klein Paintings

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Jim Klein No. 7

Jim Klein’s books include Blue Chevies, To Eat Is Human Digest Divine, and Trinis Talk Like the Birds, a chapbook. He has published more than 100 poems in literary magazines including Beloit Poetry Journal, Berkeley Poetry Review, Field, Gandhabba, Onthebus, Poetry Now, Pulpsmith, Unmuzzled Ox, and many times in the Wormwood Review, including a Special Section. He was a semi-finalist in the Anthony Hecht Prize, WayWiser Press, London, and the Sawtooth Poetry Prize, Ahsahta Press. He has led a weekly poetry workshop in Rutherford for seven years, and he edits The Red Wheelbarrow and reads regularly at The Williams Center and GainVille Café in Rutherford.

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