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Author: Gale Nelson

Born in Los Angeles, Gale Nelson has lived in Providence since the 1980s. He has taught at Trinity Repertory Conservatory and Brown University, where he is Assistant Director of the Department of Literary Arts. Gale Nelson is the author of THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN TALK ENDS, CERTERIS PARIBUS, and STARE DECISIS as well as of a number of chapbooks. He is represented in the anthology 49+1: Nouveaux Poètes Américains, and two of this plays, "Disciplining the Dimes" and "The Undiapered Filefish," are included in The Joy of Phonetics and Accents by Louis Colaianni. He is also the editor of Paradigm Press.

ceteris paribus
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ceteris paribus

Burning Deck

Poetry. CETERIS PARIBUS is a phrase commonly used by economists and means "assuming all other things are held constant." With this phrase, a host of unintended results can be explained away as having been caused by changes in the real world, and the...

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stare decisis
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stare decisis

Burning Deck

Poetry. "STARE DECISIS endeavors to explore the inner workings of poetic language, digging into the mechanisms that allow meaning, identity, and understanding to emerge"—Susan Smith Nash. "He isolates rare and beautiful words so much that they begin...

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This Is What Happens When Talk Ends
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This Is What Happens When Talk Ends

Burning Deck

Poetry. There are eight sets of eight poems. All poems within a set follow the vowel pattern of a particular passage from Shakespeare. They could be called homovocalic translations of Shakespeare though they ignore his content while trying to build ...

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