Robert Bonazzi

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The Citizenship of Grief

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Responding to the Madness

In a summer media blitz that continues to whitewash the lies and gross miscalculations of a pre-emptive war and a presumptuous hand-over of a sovereignty not ours to hand over—we read about and watch the Bush administration scurrying to deny … Read More

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Pioneering a Color-Blind Society

Scattered Shadows: A Memoir of Blindness and Vision In the autumn of 1959, novelist John Howard Griffin made the simple experiment of darkening his skin to disguise himself as a black man, while traveling for six weeks through the racially … Read More

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A Voice from No Man’s Land

Figures of Speech is the only book by Chilean Enrique Lihn (1929-88) to appear in the United States since 1978, when his first major collection, The Dark Room and Other Poems, was published by New Directions. This present volume contains … Read More

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On Extended Wings

HOOK & BLOODLINE. By Chip Dameron. MAMA YETTA BURNT WATER SUITE. Wings Press was founded in Houston in 1975 by the poet Joanie Whitebird and the late Joseph F. Lomax, descendant of the famous family of folklorists and blues discographers. … Read More

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Polyphonic Voices

A Chicana Response to Western Mythology

GENTE DECENTE:A Borderlands Response to the Rhetoric of Dominance. Leticia M. Garza-Falcón’s “Borderlands Response” rescues several fascinating Mexicana voices from oblivion, recovers a powerful novel by Américo Paredes from the margin, and opens a dynamic dialogue within a cultural space … Read More

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