Aloud Voices from the Nuyorican Poets Cafe

ISBN-10: 0805032576

ISBN-13: 9780805032574

Edition: Revised 

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Compiled by poets who have been at the center of the Nuyorican Poets Cafe in New York City, Aloud! showcases the work of the most innovative and accomplished word artists from around America.
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Book details

List price: $30.99
Publisher: Henry Holt & Company
Publication date: 8/15/1994
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 544
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.892
Language: English

BOB HOLMAN is a former social worker and professor of social administration who has spent the last 20 years living in poor housing estates, latterly Easterhouse in Glasgow, and supporting the poor in practical ways. Driven by his Christian faith, he continues to campaign for the poor particularly through his books which include A NEW DEAL FOR SOCIAL WELFARE and CHILDREN AND CRIME.

Poetry in the Twentieth-First Century
Darryl Strawberry Asleep In A Field Of Dreams At Ease
An Open Letter To Myself Front Page Or Bust "There Must Be A Conspiracy"
Fantasy Lover #5 Housecleaning
Check One Game Boy
Lonely Night In New York At The Aids Clinic U. N. Resolution
The Romanticization
Blues Tomorrow Wait
Rock Me, Goong Hay! Twas The Night Before Chinese New Year'S
The Stupid Jerk I'M Obsessed With Sex Goddess Of The Western Hemisphere
Please Don'T Take My Air Jordans Thomas The Burnt English Muffin Just Another Misunderstood Brother
No, Fuckme You Kill My Love For Your Love For Me Kills Me
Sendin' Out
His Victim Peephole
I Heard The Bird Mambo In "T" Major
New York City Rundown (European On Me)
Rebirth Of New Rican The Last Hispanic
Project Princess Morenita The Spot
Poem Ii For Anne Sexton She'S Come Undone Mother Love
Nigger-Reecan Blues Reflections On The Metro North, Winter 1990
Twins Punks Jump Up To Get Beat Down
La Negra Celibacy
Geneva Cottrell, Waiting For The Dog To Die Save The Animals
I Finally Managed To Speak To Her Deformed Finger One Thing Leads To Another
We All Need Work Cause And Effect
The Emperor'S Second Wife Elegy Address
Dig On The Decade I.E. Seducer Mission-Fuckin'-Impossible
The Most Beautiful Word In The American Language 7:00 And The Tulips Are Red The Bakery Has No Bakers Ii. Poetry Of The 1990S
Roma Roja Raja Tabla Voraz Leoacute;N Foolish Rituals
Dust-Bowl Memory Bells
Choices Black Mesa
1-800-Hot-Ribs Mr. X Deathwatch Beetle
Sure You Can Ask Me A Personal Question Alphabet City Serenade Pentilde;A'S Son
Tough Language American Sonnet Dream 7219
Rebellion Is The Circle Of A Lover'S Hands (Pelliacute;N And Nina) Two Mexicanos Lynched In Santa Cruz, California, May 3, 1877 Latin NigHT AT THE PAWNSHOP
Satinlady Blues Born To Act Out
Pussy & Cash Sun Ra!
Latin Music In New York Skull Food #2
The Details We Fall For Heat
Evergreen (A Chant For The Tropical Rain Forest) Poem—Miguel Pintilde;Ero
Disclaimer 6 Short Poems Rock'N'Roll Mythology
Spanish Lesson Sly And The Family Stone Under The Big Tit, Atlanta, 1973
God, Mingus And Myself
Dinosaur Love What'S That Clicking On Our Telephone Line?
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