Between Two Places

By CRALAN KELDER

Driving with LLL Louise Landes Levi from Amsterdam up to Riva San Vitale in the Alps to visit Franco’s place at the Franco Beltrametti foundation: 

between two places

summer is one of them

Cralan Kelder was born in 1970, growing up in California and the Netherlands. Publications include: Big Deal Rimbaud (smallMinded 2011), Give Some Word(Shearsman 2010), City Boy (Longhouse 2007), and Lemon Red (Coracle 2005). He lives in Amsterdam with the evolutionary biologist Toby Kiers and their children.

Between Two Places

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