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Featuring art, poetry, reviews, interviews and more.
Paperback, 164 pages
Published October 14th 2008 by CreateSpace
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Michelle
Oct 15, 2008 Michelle rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Poets & Artists =)
Recommended to Michelle by: Didi, Melissa (my sister)
Susceptible as I am to eye candy, I would have picked up the Winter 2008 issue of Oranges & Sardines on the cover alone-- but since I am a reader, of course I had to check out the inside as well and good thing I did; however, I had nothing to worry about as Oranges & Sardines never lets me down.

Beauty and brains-- that's what this issue is all about. The artwork inside had me "googling" all night just to find more work from these artists and the poetry had me kicking myself for not writ
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Jan 03, 2009 Grady rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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If ever the concept of letting art speak for itself was a valid statement, then ORANGES & SARDINES is certainly the most obvious document to prove that notion. Published by Didi Menendez' GOSS 183 Casa Menendez, this full color periodical/ art magazine/ art book is published quarterly, the title referencing Frank O'Hara's poem 'Why I Am Not A Painter' in which O'Hara addresses the differences between painting and poet
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Nov 03, 2008 Cheryl rated it it was amazing
I absolutely love the featured artists in this publication. Full-color reproductions along with the what-nots about the artist. Each is given a series of questions to answer..and it's interesting how many answer close to the same. Lots of good poetry, interviews, reviews and oh.. Just the best buy out there. Collector worthy. It's on MY coffee table!
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Oct 29, 2008 Andrew rated it it was amazing
This is such an amazing issue! Great work!
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Incredible! The cover makes me think of Jim Morrison.
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The poetry is as stunning as the cover. Insightful interviews and exciting art.
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Oranges&Sardines 2 7 Mar 22, 2009 10:56AM  
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Lucille Clifton was an American poet, writer, and educator from New York. Common topics in her poetry include the celebration of her African American heritage, and feminist themes, with particular emphasis on the female body.

She was the first person in her family to finish high school and attend college. She started Howard University on scholarship as a drama major but lost the scholarship two yea
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