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Poetry. Latino/Latina Studies. "Harrison's practice in OS is coherent both in modulation and argument not a modest achievement given certain habits of our radically inclined. Out of the dense corners his poems inhabit or perform indeed, as 'red horses / drink their fields in finished sentences' the poems travel a familiar defiance, to the degree that their particular insta ...more
Paperback, 66 pages
Published December 1st 2006 by Subpress
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This is Roberto's second book by publication date, but the poetry actually predates the work in his terrific Counter Daemons published by Litmus Press earlier in the same year.
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Roberto Harrison was born in Corvallis, Oregon, in 1962, to Panamanian parents. A few months after his birth, he and his family moved back to Panama, where they lived until he was seven. In 1969, he and his family moved to Delaware. His first language was Spanish, and he did not begin learning English until arriving in Delaware. He has lived in various places throughout the United States including ...more
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