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Unless you attended AWP last week — alas, I couldn’t get away long enough from my job of looking for a job — we may never know why, exactly, pink bunnies populated the off-site reading event that Drunken Boat co-hosted at the Dikeou Collection with our wonderful colleagues at Guernica, POOL, Counterpath Press, and Persea Books.

Given a choice, would you rather see Ravi giving a reading…

…or in the throes of a creature that would be otherwise fairly innocuous if only it wasn’t ginormously supersized?

In the immortal words of George Takei, “Oh my”…

…because, apparently, it wasn’t just Ravi.

As the cast of Buffy the Vampire Slayer put it, “There’s nothing we can’t face — except for bunnies.”

By Joe Ramelo, Social Media Assistant.

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Published Apr 15, 2010 - Comments Off

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