9 Deformed Sonnets for My Old Friend

The artist Norman Ogue Mustill was an extreme dissenter. Nothing pleased him more than reaming out the human race. His collages stopped you dead with their vicious satire, like the writings of William S. Burroughs, and for technical precision Max Ernst didn’t do better. But Mustill is little known, his work unseen,  his praise unsung.

Dedicated to Norman Ogue Mustill.http://www.artsjournal.com/herman/2019/01/9-deformed-sonnets-for-my-old-friend.html
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