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Joseph Young participated in Megan Lavelle’s excellent project How We Dwell in which various artists spend a weekend in her apartment, installing their art, and themselves–so to speak–amongst her living space. This Thursday, Dec 18., 7-9 p.m. is the opening reception for my participation.

Come for the microfiction, pause for the good company, stay for the lingering scent of wintergreen oil!

Megan Lavelle
2625 St. Paul St.
Apt. 3
Balto, MD 21218

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