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My found poem "Jules Talks to Jules" published by Drunk Monkeys

So cool to have a found poem accepted for publication by Drunk Monkeys! My poem “Jules Talks to Jules” created from lines spoken only by the character Jules in Quentin Tarantino’s film Pulp Fiction was accepted along with two others, forthcoming in August.
p.s. If you aren’t a fan or haven’t seen the film, don’t be surprised by the colorful language that comes out of Jules’ mouth.
Drunk Monkeys is an online lit mag with a unique style, dedicated to “publishing work that's as eclectic as possible, from some of the most exciting emerging voices in the literary scene.” You can read more on their about page, which is not to be missed! Click here for Drunk Monkeys submission guidelines.
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  1. I’ve just read it, Trish.Absolutely brilliant my friend! So glad your work got published.Keep up the good work and thanks profusely for all these amazing posts of yours. I am sending you a poem of mine published online on bestnewpoems.com and I would really appreciate a comment on my poem. Actually, I would be honored if you would. I hope you like it. The link is http://bestnewpoems.com/patiently-yours-nietzsche/

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