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In 1970, after hearing Jerry Rubin speak, Mike Puican hitchhiked from a little town in Pennsylvania to Chicago to join the revolution. He is still waiting for that revolution to happen. Since then, he has lived in Chicago and Toronto. His poetry has been published in the US and Canada in journals such as: Another Chicago Magazine, Malahat Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, New England Review and Parthenon West.
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