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Rediscoveries: A Blind Publisher, Poet — and Link to the Lower East Side’s Cultural History

Steve Cannon is a bridge to 50 years’ worth of thinkers in New York, and a point of contact to David Hammons, one of the most elusive artists of our age.
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