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Cultural Evidence

ISBN-10: 0966630351

ISBN-13: 9780966630350

Edition: N/A

Authors: Catalina Cariaga, Juliana Spahr, Debra Belale

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Poetry. Asian American Studies. This deeply thoughtful assemblage from Catalina Cariaga documents the search for cultural clues suggested by her title. She reveals her generational memory both circumstantially and directly, where in her childhood 'the sea is woman,' the barong (traditional shirt) is an ironic symbol, and Billie Holiday, grunion, and the exact procedure for citizen's arrest -- like a palimpsest -- further define her point-of-view...This is a brave, innovative, and ultimately searing book -- Joyce Jenkins. Catalina Cariaga is a pyrotechnic burst of light in the horizon of American poetry. CULTURAL EVIDENCE is a worthy book of poems for all libraries and lovers of avant-garde literature -- Nick Carbo.
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List price: $12.00
Publisher: 'A 'A Arts
Publication date: 1/1/1999
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 87
Weight: 0.308
Language: English

Catalina Cariaga was born in Los Angeles, California (1958), and received her Bachelors of Music from Mount Saint Mary's College in Los Angeles and her Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University. She is a contributing editor of Poetry Flash, A Poetry Review and Literary Calendar for the West. She has taught on the adjunct faculty of the Poetics Program at New College of California in San Francisco. Her poetry has been published in many journals including CHAIN, NEW AMERICAN WRITING and Zyzzyva. CULTURAL EVIDENCE is her first book of poetry. She works for University Relations at U.C. Berkeley and lives in Oakland with her husband Grant Nakamura and their new son Leonardo.

In their view ...
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Dogmeat
No Boat
Plantings
The Language
No Stone
The Mercy
In the transition state--neither caterpillar nor butterfly
In Late
No Moon
The Deep
No Tasaday
The Family Tree
No Orient
Composite, Triplicate (set up on three concordant lines)
His Civil Rights
Excerpts from Bahala Na!
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