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Benjamin C. Krause has consorted with hippies in Goa, chatted with call center cubicle workers in Bengaluru, and been thrown out of a discotheque in Puducherry. He speaks enough Kannada to buy ten packets of gutkha, a pack of Classics, or one of three types of paan. He’s been published in Boston Literary Magazine, Calliope Nerve, Counterexample Poetics, Foundling Review, and Tipton Poetry Journal.
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