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Walk On, Trooper

Elliot Richman

92 pages, perfect bound, paper, 1994, $12.00, White Noise #2; ISBN: 0-9628524-9-X.

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"Walk On, Trooper is one fucking real book. A straight walk into the beast with eyes wide open; it is the best--and I mean the best--book I've seen on the Viet Nam war. He went into hell to write it."

----Bill Shields, author of The Southeast Asian Book of the Dead and Human Shrapnel

Elliot Richman published his first poem in 1984, when he was forty-two years old. Since then, his work has appeared widely in the small press. In 1993 he was awarded fellowships for his poetry by both the National Endowment for the Arts and the New York Foundation for the Arts. Asylum Arts has published his two previous collections, The World Dancer and Honorable Manhood: Poems of Eros & Dust.

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