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Revenge of the "Illegal Alien": A Mexican Takes on the Empire: Poetry, Short Stories & Political Bullets By Cesar Cruz
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Mexican poet Cesar A. Cruz takes on the Empire with a powerful collection of poems, short stories and political bullets. Author Luis Rodriguez (Always Running) describes Cesar's writings as filled... More > with "fierce insight and righteous rage." The book has received praise from Godfather of Chicano Studies, Rudy Acuna, political activist Yuri Kochiyama, former Black Panther Shaka At-thinnin, rapper Paris, and many others. Mr. Cruz dispels the myth of the so-called "Illegal Alien" in North America and stands up for all human beings seeking to change the world.< Less
Revenge of the "Illegal Alien": A Mexican Takes on the Empire By Cesar Cruz
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Mexican poet Cesar A. Cruz takes on the Empire with a powerful collection of poems, short stories and political bullets. Author Luis Rodriguez (Always Running) describes Cesar's writings as filled... More > with "fierce insight and righteous rage." The book has received praise from Godfather of Chicano Studies, Rudy Acuna, political activist Yuri Kochiyama, former Black Panther Shaka At-thinnin, rapper Paris, and many others. Mr. Cruz dispels the myth of the so-called "Illegal Alien" in North America and stands up for all human beings seeking to change the world. Library of Congress Control Number: 2008901057, ISBN #978-0-6151-5299-8. (Also available at LeftBooks.com) making changes press p.o. box 27231 oakland, ca. 94602, to reach the author go to: www.CesarCruz.com.< Less
Revenge of the "Illegal Alien": A Mexican Takes on the Empire By Cesar Cruz
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Mexican poet Cesar A. Cruz takes on the Empire with a powerful collection of poems, short stories and political bullets. Author Luis Rodriguez (Always Running) describes Cesar's writings as filled... More > with "fierce insight and righteous rage." The book has received praise from Godfather of Chicano Studies, Rudy Acuna, political activist Yuri Kochiyama, former Black Panther Shaka At-thinnin, rapper Paris, and many others. Mr. Cruz dispels the myth of the so-called "Illegal Alien" in North America and stands up for all human beings seeking to change the world. Library of Congress Control Number: 2008901057, ISBN #978-0-6151-5299-8. (Also available at LeftBooks.com) making changes press p.o. box 27231 oakland, ca. 94602, to reach the author go to: www.CesarCruz.com. < Less
The Swallows By Adriana Ramirez
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The poetry of Adriana E. Ramirez in which she explores themes of family, face, politics, and violence. Poems about relationships, being human, and the cost of standing up for yourself. Ramirez tugs... More > at the heart strings as she makes you laugh.< Less
Reverse Yo Self By Merrily McCarthy
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Reverse contains poetry about other cultures, other ways of living, sometimes a reversal of conditions or places. This book describes another way of viewing our social issues.
Reverse Yo Self By Merrily McCarthy
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Reverse contains poetry about other cultures, other ways of living, sometimes a reversal of conditions or places. This book describes another way of viewing our social issues.
The Decay of the Angel By James E. Tochihara
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Colorado's greatest epic is now available. Rejected by the establishment as both too provocative and too traditional, this literary masterpiece will delight and engage every reader. An American... More > folk epic, and an epic for the new millennium, The Decay of the Angel is a highly personal take on history, culture, and politics in Colorado and the West. At its heart, this work of poetry has a simple story that will appeal to anyone, and yet it has numerous layers that the more literary reader will appreciate.< Less
Make Nice By Mark Pritchard
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It's 1960, and Frank Sinatra is at the height of his power and influence in Hollywood. Bobby Blaine, a peripheral member of the Rat Pack, chafes under the singer's egomania and bullying. He tries to... More > land roles without Sinatra's help and encounters only failure, until he is asked to do one last favor: pick up Marilyn Monroe in Reno, where she is having a nervous breakdown trying to finish "The Misfits," and deliver her into the clutches of Sinatra's Mafia pals at the Cal-Neva Lodge. Bobby hires Gene, a 20-year-old would-be beatnik, as his driver. Gene falls in love with a Mexican-American motel maid, encounters the racism of the day, and like Bobby, tries to become his own man. Bobby and Gene's struggles shine a light on the hidden ways of the world of the early 1960s, where a presidential candidate could carry on affairs under the nose of reporters, a world of Hollywood double-crosses, political shenanigans, bad Beat poetry, a hapless Broadway producer, and a comedian with a broken heart.< Less
Make Nice By Mark Pritchard
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It's 1960, and Frank Sinatra is at the height of his power and influence in Hollywood. Bobby Blaine, a peripheral member of the Rat Pack, chafes under the singer's egomania and bullying. He tries to... More > land roles without Sinatra's help and encounters only failure, until he is asked to do one last favor: pick up Marilyn Monroe in Reno, where she is having a nervous breakdown trying to finish "The Misfits," and deliver her into the clutches of Sinatra's Mafia pals at the Cal-Neva Lodge. Bobby hires Gene, a 20-year-old would-be beatnik, as his driver. Gene falls in love with a Mexican-American motel maid, encounters the racism of the day, and like Bobby, tries to become his own man. Bobby and Gene's struggles shine a light on the hidden ways of the world of the early 1960s, where a presidential candidate could carry on affairs under the nose of reporters, a world of Hollywood double-crosses, political shenanigans, bad Beat poetry, a hapless Broadway producer, and a comedian with a broken heart.< Less

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