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Meet The 'Alt Lit' Writers Giving Literature A Boost

Posted at 3:56PM Sunday 29 Jun 2014

With their texts, tweets and Tumblr blogs, alt lit stars such as Steve Roggenbuck are bringing poetry to a new audience

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