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Guerrilla Readers in training

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GuerrillaReads No. 10

John Talley-Jones reads the Marfusha Haiku

These haiku narrate the story of Marfusha, first rabbit into space. In July of 1959, she participated in a high-altitude, suborbital Soviet test flight.  Along with two canine companions, she successfully returned to Earth, where she lived out the rest of her days.  A Rumanian postage stamp was subsequently issued in her honor.

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Written and read by John Talley-Jones of the Los Angeles punk band Urinals.


GuerrillaReads No.9

Bronwyn Mauldin reads from her short story, Sensible Cars for Santa Ynez.

Bronwyn Mauldin is a writer and founder of GuerrillaReads.com. Her work has appeared in The Battered Suitcase, Blithe House Quarterly, Clamor magazine, and From ACT-UP to the WTO (Verso).

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This guerrilla reading took place in Eagle Rock, some 30~ miles southeast of the fictional town of Santa Ynez.