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Poetry. Latino/Latina Studies. Ten poets who consider the implications of war: Olga A. Garcia, Lup Casttillo, Brandon Lacy Campos, Sara Duran, Raymond R. Beltran, Lorean E. Duarte Q., Mariajulia Arisiaga Urias, Teresa Ortiz, Victor Payan, Emmanuel Ortiz. "The title of our chapbook, then, is a challenge, a refusal to submit to wars (allegedly) fought in our names and for our benefits or security, with poor people of color as front-line cannon fodder, against other people of color in other parts of the world" - the editors, in Ofrendas, introducing the poets, who are from both Minnesota and California. Essential reading for anyone interested in the subtle and diverse variations in commentary on the agonies of war.
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Book Description Red Calacarts Publication, 43pp, San Diego, Califas, 2004. Soft cover. Condition: New. Cover Art By Sal Barajas and Ricardo Levins Morales (illustrator). First Edition. The ten poets assembled here include five from Minnesota and five from California: Olga Angelina Garcia, Lupe Castillo, Brandon Lacy Campos, Sara Rebeca Duran Garibay, Raymond R. Beltran, Lorena E. Duarte Q., Mariajulia Arisiaga Urias, Teresa Ortiz, Victor Payan, Emmanuel Ortiz. NUEVO. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 000769