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'''Wayne Mason''' is an American writer, sound artist and factory worker from Central Florida. His words have appeared across the small press in magazines both print and online. He is the author of an eclectic body of work including numerous amounts of poetry, short stories, and five chapbooks.<ref>[http://www.pw.org/content/wayne_mason pw.org:Wayne Mason]</ref> Mason was the poetry editor for the now defunct publication ''[[Side of Grits]]''. ==Books== * ''Poet Laureate Of A Dirty Garage'', [[Erbacce Press]] (2009) * ''Waiting for Magic'', [[Covert Press]] (2008) * ''Everyday is Labor Day'', [[Scintillating Publications]] (2007) ==Select Works Online== ===Poetry=== * [http://alternativereel.com/includes/poets-crner/display_review.php?id=00054 5 Poems], ''[[Alternative Reel]]'' * [http://redfez.net/redfez/SubPage1.php?ID=1020&page=SubPoetry "Dreaming of Han Shan"], ''[[Red Fez Publications]]'' (Issue #19, June 2008) * [http://www.zygoteinmycoffee.com/80s/issue87fullofholes.html "Full of holes"], ''[[Zygote in my Coffee]]'' (Issue #87, May 2007) ===Essays=== * [http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/1382455/underground_poetry_takes_the_wheel.html?cat=9 "Underground Poetry Takes the Wheel"], Associated Content (Jan 2009) ==Further Reading== * [http://www.fullofcrow.com/crowreviews/2009/04/poet-laureate-of-a-dirty-garage-wayne-mason/ "Poet Laureate of A Dirty Garage by Wayne Mason, Reviewed"], ''[[Full of Crow]]'' (2009) * [http://www.surfthedrift.com/lit/lit-my-time-the-lunch-break-book/ "Lit: My Time: The Lunch Break Book" (Review)], ''[[drift]]'' (2007) * [http://covertpoeticsblog.blogspot.com/2008/09/three-reviews-of-new-covert-press.html "Three Reviews of New Covert Press Releases by Jack Henry"], CPBlog (Sep 2008) ==External Links== * Wayne Mason @ ReverbNation http://www.reverbnation.com/waynemason ==References== <references/> [[Category:People|Mason]] [[Category:Poets|Mason]] [[Category:Editors|Mason]] [[Category:Authors|Mason]] [[Category:Artists|Mason]]
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