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Barrett Warner is a compulsive reader and book reviewer. Known for his witty touches, since 1982 his short stories and poems have appeared in California Quarterly, Southeast Review, Comstock Review, Freshwater, Natural Bridge, Gargoyle, Slipstream, Quarter After Eight, and many other places. His chapbook, Til I’m Blue in the Face, was published in 1995 by Tropos Press. A migratory sociopath by nature, Barrett is also inherently lazy. In fifty years he has moved only twelve miles from his birthplace in Westminster.