Black Lightning: Poetry-in-progress

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Eileen Tabios
Asian American Writers Workshop, Jan 1, 1998 - Literary Criticism - 409 pages
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This text focuses on Asian American poets. It also is a collection of poetry-in-progress articles that feature the drafting stages of the subject poems.

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Here 14 Asian American poets display the process of their poems and discuss their sources of inspiration, which include paintings, readings, personal encounters, countries of origin, and the sight of ... Read full review

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
Towards Redemption
69
A Conversation With John Yau
379
Copyright

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Tabios is editor of The Asian Pacific American Journal.

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