Last Rights: Poems
In Last Rights poet, performer, and visual artist Marvin K. White takes you on a poetic journey through the landscapes of the black, gay, and lesbian community. Whether the setting is in church, at a funeral, at home, or in the clubs, Last Rights reveals a slice of American society that will leave you smiling, crying, and reminiscing and that will thrill you with the wonderment of life.
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