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Paperback, 60 pages
Published May 1st 1995 by Tia Chucha
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Dwight Okita Thanks, Halley. The poem is "The Art of Holding On" and it's from a sequence of poems in CROSSING called "Lost Arts of the 20th Century." (The others…moreThanks, Halley. The poem is "The Art of Holding On" and it's from a sequence of poems in CROSSING called "Lost Arts of the 20th Century." (The others are "The Art of Shopping" and "The Art of Flirting.") My book is sometimes available at Amazon. Also can be gotten through Tia Chucha Cultural Center in Los Angeles.(less)

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Dwight Okita was born in Chicago. He continues to live there with an imaginary cat. He has written poems and plays, though nowadays he focuses on sci-fi and magic realist novels. He tends to write of the beauty and brutality of life, but always with a sense of humor and wonder.

His latest novel, THE HOPE STORE, is a magic-realist fable about two asian american men who open the first store in the wo
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