How to Undress a Cop
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How to Undress a Cop

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Poetry. It's not every book of poetry that includes an Ode to Body Armor. But then, it's not every poet whose experience in academia includes a stint at the police academy. The poems of Sarah Cortez are tough-minded, verbally supple, and often deeply, even explicitly, erotic. And all the fifty poems collected here display her many facets: the street smarts and cool analyti...more
Paperback, 80 pages
Published January 1st 2000 by Arte Publico Press
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Sarah Goodner
White hot words for a blue collar audience, this is some of the best modern poetry I've read in a long time. Sarah Cortez is a vulnerable woman encased in kick-ass leather.
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I was blushing the entire time I read this book, but I immensely enjoyed it!
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L. M. Quinn works and lives in L.A. Fiction is her passion, but she's also delved into book reviews and travel writing.

Using her ensalada mixta (half Mexican, half Russian) background, she adds spice to her short stories and novels (some published in Travel 50 & Beyond and ELLE Magazines).

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