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On Tuesday, When the Homeless Disappeared
Marcos McPeek Villatoro is not afraid to discuss mysteries, truths, or injustices. He has lived them. Poet and novelist, activist and radio personality, Villatoro writes poetry steeped in formalism, free verse, and his own Salvadoran syntax. This new collection is a memoir-in-poems telling how the world appears to a Latin American immigrant. His sense of humanity is intact ...more
Paperback, 88 pages
Published September 1st 2004 by University of Arizona Press
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The poetry in this book is different from They Say that I am Two, a little more raw and at times more disillusioned. I want to say that the poetry reflects a life lived in the city around empty people. Not sure if that metaphor works, perhaps I need to revisit this one. Still, the poems are still starkly beautiful and lovely.