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J. Claudius Cloyd’s poetry works at the deli counter of literature. His fiction sleeps under the bridge of your soul where surrealism and absurdism carpool to work. His music needs a hearing aid. And his art has tourette syndrome, but not the kind that makes you mindlessly blurt out profanity, but the kind that makes you laugh at everything even when it’s not funny.

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