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Linton Robinson

Adoro Books: Imaginary Lines by Linton Robinson and Ana Maria CoronaRobinson was just stoned in Colorado. Now he's working "real papers" in California and it's worse than that. I read this column and my big thought is "And everybody says I should be locked up somewhere."

Hunter Thompson

You know I write for "Revolt" myself and like it. But it's mostly for sunshine people, you know. What [Robinson] understands is that the street is a wound.

Charles Bukowski