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Old 01.08.2007, 05:11 PM   #35
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I don't know anyone who read Sarah Kane and wasn't deeply affected by it [Hello, syntactically awful sentence]. Meanwhile, she's largely unknown to a public at large (or small).

Personally, I love Aaron Williamson's poetry, and he's a bit cult-y. I'm a bit of a loss otherwise, as I suspect you've heard of all the other good writers I can think of (thereby undermining their cult status) apart from philosophers, and they don't count (academic, see?).
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