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Poet, Jason Shinder was struck
by the searching and shifting nature of actors. These are also traits of
poets and poetry lovers. The Poem I TurnTo illuminates the
nature of seeking, of being human, entwining the actor, the poet, and the
reader. Shinder dedicated the book, in part, to the memory of actor
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I picked up Housden's
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