Poetry. BODHIDHARMA NEVER CAME TO HATBORO is the first of Bootstrap Productions Positively Past Postmodern Poets Series. "In China and Japan practitioners of Zen used to scour tiny sleeve-books of poetry, packed with the great T'ang and Sung Dynasty writers, for answers to the formal riddles set forth in "Mumonkan" and similar collections. Don't new poems need to appear and the archaic sleeve books give rise to the more recently manufactured volumes? If the response to certain koans not yet conceived don't lie hidden in Tyler Doherty's poems, I couldn't say where else to search. Please do not let the twenty-first century rhetoric deceive you; these poems might lure the Western Barbarian himself to Hatboro" --Andrew Schelling.