Poetry. Latino/a Studies. As I was reading in Saint James / I saw two men with addled brains / Behold them, bold as Amadeus / Their names are Jack Foley and Ivan Arguelles whose epistolary artifices 3/98 - 4/98 these are. An e-mail collaboration related to the concept, name, place and/or inspiration of St. James, these poems, translations, notes and essays make for a lively, appealing book. Each collaborator's part is ascribed, so the reader has a sense of who is guilty of what. Aguelles: ...has anyone at all / been listening? // lightning flashes / the peacock dances // Foley: ah, the peacock, yes ... I remember ... Ivan Arguelles and Jack Foley are both long time Bay Area residents and members of the local poetry community. Among the many books by both writers are several by Pantograph Press which are available from SPD.