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LA Lit Scene: Beyond Baroque

Review by Sarah Suzor, Omnidawn features writer

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Who: Karren Alenier and Margo Taft Stevers
What: A lecture and workshop on selecting award-winning manuscripts
When: Sunday, January 20th, 2013
Where: Beyond Baroque, 681 Venice Blvd. Venice.
Check out more Beyond Baroque events here:
http://www.beyondbaroque.org/

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Poetry: Sarah Suzor

If you were smart

you’d have experienced at least five times where the saying “Too good to be true” was applicable.
You’d know when the truth is not really the best option.
You’d keep your options open.
You’d open doors for elderly persons, pregnant women, and attractive individuals.

If you were smart
you’d have a strong sense of individuality,
and your wardrobe would reflect your taste.
You’d reflect, but you wouldn’t dwell.
You’d live below your means.
You’d mean it when you’d say things like, “A simple life is a happy life.”
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