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No Tender Fences: An Anthology of Immigrant & First-Generation American Poetry

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An expansive collection of poems by living poets who are either immigrants to the US or first-generation Americans. All proceeds from the online sales of the ebook go to RAICES-TEXAS. Go here to purchase: gumroad.com/csferreira08

Featuring artwork by Marina Carreira and Chi Zhang.

Featuring poems by:
Kim Sousa / Marina Carreira / Barbara Jane Reyes / Craig Santos Perez /
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ebook, First Edition, 232 pages
Published September 21st 2019

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A huge achievement for every editor and author withinI highly recommend. A smart mix of powerhouse poets and fresh new voices from the (many) borderlands. Plus pedagogical resources; definitely bring this one into your classroom. ...more
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A powerful collection of poems that give voices to so much of what
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What an honor and a joy to have been one of the editors of this anthology. These poems break borders and build tender futures. Give them your careful attention.
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