Interlude #3 World Behind A World

Diane Di Prima

Diane Di Prima

Former Lakewood Librarian Ken Warren turns pugnacious punk literary lion (Michael Heaton) It’s one with which you take up residence for an unforeseen period of time. It’s like a relationship with someone so much smarter and stranger than yourself you need to measure and weigh the pace and lengths of your visits.

It’s been three years since Warren left his post at Lakewood Public Library. He now lives near Lake Ontario, 15 miles east of Niagara Falls. He’s proud of his tenure at the library. He oversaw the $16 million dollar remake. But there’s something else of which he’s even more proud.

“The development of the collection,” he said over the phone recently. “That’s what makes it a temple of knowledge. It’s heaven sitting on top of Lakewood.”

Stephen Calhoun, fine artist

Four Legs of the Problem (S.Calhoun, 2015)

Follow the perfume, not the tracks. -Shams, ra, of Tabriz

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