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      [Saturday, July 16, 2005] [Andrew Gallix]
    "ANGEL AT A 25 DEGREE ANGLE": PUBLICATION HISTORY
    Written in:
    2000

    Original title:
    "La Poesie des Gar(c)es, Or the Romance of Escalators"

    Print publications:
    Sniffy Linings Journal 1 (June 2000): 43 (published under the title "Escalator")
    Wild Strawberries 1 (Autumn 2003): 13 (published under the title "The Romance of Escalators")

    Electronic publications:
    1 February 2000: Another Zine #2 (Netherlands, no longer online)
    11 February 2000: The Sidewalk's End
    11 March 2000: Forbidden Panda (USA, no longer online)
    6 May 2000: Locust Electronic Magazine #8 (Italy)
    May 2000: Con-text-ure (under the title "Slapped Arse") (USA?, no longer online)
    1 June 2000 : Sniffy Linings Press (under the title "The Romance of Escalators")
    4 July 2000 : Tourist 2000 (USA?, no longer online)
    Autumn 2000: NB:RW (USA?, no longer online)
    December 2000: Clean Sheets (USA)
    May 2001: Black Elvis (USA, no longer online)
    October 2001: Fifty Word Fiction (UK, short version published under the title "Angel At 25 Degree Angle")
    November 2001: Parisiana (France)

    Facts:
    This short-short takes place at Gare du Nord in Paris (although it was written in London) which links it to "Sweet Fanny Adams". * Initially, the first sentence was: "Gare du Nord, Paris". * It was read by 3:AM Magazine's Utahna Faith in New Orleans (February 2004) because I was too drunk to do so myself! * It is often mistaken for a poem.

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