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Looking Glass By Alice Embree
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Looking Glass is a collection of poems written by Alice Embree. The Austin, Texas writer and activist for peace and justice began writing poetry in 1970. She has continued to use poetry to express... More > grief as well as hope. Her words celebrate creativity and its ability to transform darkness by shedding light.< Less
Celebrating the Rag: Austin's Iconic Underground Newspaper By Alice Embree et al.
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Celebrating The Rag tells the remarkable story of the legendary underground newspaper that sparked a political and cultural revolution and helped make Austin weird. The book features more than 100... More > articles from The Rag’s 11-year history plus contemporary essays and eye-popping vintage art and photography. This collection captures the radical politics and subversive humor that marked the pages of this upstart newspaper between 1966 and 1977.< Less
Celebrating The Rag: Austin's Iconic Underground Newspaper By Alice Embree et al.
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Celebrating The Rag tells the remarkable story of the legendary underground newspaper that sparked a political and cultural revolution and helped make Austin weird. The book features more than 100... More > articles from The Rag’s 11-year history plus contemporary essays and eye-popping vintage art and photography. This collection captures the radical politics and subversive humor that marked the pages of this upstart newspaper between 1966 and 1977.< Less
Celebrating The Rag: Austin's Iconic Underground Newspaper By Alice Embree et al.
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“A raucous, absorbing excursion back to the 1960s and ’70s.” — Kirkus Reviews. Celebrating The Rag tells the remarkable story of the legendary underground newspaper that... More > sparked a political and cultural revolution and helped make Austin weird. The book features more than 100 articles from The Rag’s 11-year history plus contemporary essays and eye-popping vintage art and photography. This collection captures the radical politics and subversive humor that marked the pages of this upstart newspaper between 1966 and 1977.< Less