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Sub-Urban Poems, Lynda Hawryluk.

Lynda Hawryluk, who I met tutoring the same course as me this semester, and who is a fine poet and person*, is having a launch for her collection, Sub-Urban Poems on Saturday.

It's at Gleebooks at five thirty.

I'll be there, and if you can, so should you.

* Though, y'know, totally wrong about Batman's cape and its function.


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Dec. 2nd, 2004 02:56 am (UTC)
Batman's cape has a function? o.0 And I thought midgets were the only ones who could pull off capes.
Dec. 2nd, 2004 07:42 pm (UTC)
a midget can do anything.

anyhow, some people (not me) think that batman's cape helps him in flight, or when he is leaping buildings, y'know? me, i figure it's just all part of looking bat like and freaky.
Dec. 3rd, 2004 05:27 am (UTC)
You are correct, Ben. Batman's cape is essentially part of his image and arsenal-something to convey a dark menace. I have never seen it used for anything else, and I have read a fair bit of Batman.

Artists definitely use it for this purpose.

However it wouldn't be impossible that somewhere in the "cheesy" Silver Age it was used as like a "parachute" or soemthing in an emergency.

Hey, I'm a comic geek :-)
Dec. 3rd, 2004 06:27 pm (UTC)
i knew i was correct, for i am a geek, too :)

(though i don't read the batman comics much (the lapham run does interest me, though). i have seen the cape used as a protective device from fire on the cartoon, though.)
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