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Sunday Brunch Invasion: with Angelheart and Frankie Metro Ft Michael Casares and Justin Blackburn

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The evidence of a great editor, is the dedication that one has to their writers, and to the art itself. Michael Casares founder and editor of Virgogray Press is one such editor : he publishes full length books, Seasonal chapbooks such as " America Remembered" and National Poetry Month Anthology. His online zine Carcinogenic Poetry has a home for a plethora of contributing editors that transcends to a monumental journal at the end of the year. He cares for his writers, there are no form letters that leaves his desk, they are individual and responsive. He is a poet of great passion and depth for social structure and political climate, in his book The Terorist he spares no punches, and in December his new book will be released " The Reality of Man" David McLean states in his review: "Michael Casares new book is very interesting, even the first poem “Darwinian Dehumanization” is fascinating since it tilts at windmills and reveals a fundamentally flawed grasp of the modern development of evolutionary theory, since what it tries to argue against Darwin, is just what Dawkin's idea of the memetic evolution has said already. What it criticizes is social Darwinism, but it's unfair to blame Darwin himself for that. We're cousins to the chimps, but we don't have to be such assholes as they are." Justin Blackburn one of the many poets that have has a full length book published by Virgogray Press will also join us talking about his new release " Farting Fire" and his future reading dates. Justin is a beloved writer in the community, whose writing is peace, and a new religion to embrace of complexity of human spirit. Join me as we start of third Sunday with this amazing group, with many more Sundays to come with Virgogray Press.

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