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An Oakland Word chapbook featuring nine poets from our June-July 2010 free poetry workshops at the Oakland Public Library. Edited by Kenji C. Liu. Foreword by Oscar Bermeo. Cover photo by Jilchristina Vest of SNAPS.
Chapbook, 36 pages
Published July 29th 2010 by Oakland Public Library

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Leticia Garcia Bradford
Jan 26, 2012 rated it it was amazing
My poems Lizzie Borden and Hope are in this book! Look for more of my poems at lgbradford.blogspot.com. Also, My New Adventure blog tells stories of well my new adventure: leticiagarciabradford.blogspot.com.
Oscar
Jul 30, 2010 added it  ·  (Review from the author)
Shelves: city-poems
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Shelves: poetry
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Kenji C. Liu's poetry collection Map of an Onion is the 2015 national winner of the Hillary Gravendyk Prize, and was also shortlisted as a finalist for the Hong Kong University International Poetry Prize.. His writing appears in The American Poetry Review, Asian American Literary Review, Barrow Street Journal, CURA, RHINO, Split This Rock's poem of the week series, several anthologies, and two cha ...more
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