Manufacturing America, Poems from the Factory Floor
Manufacturing America bears witness to the lyrical life of a factory and the individuals who inhabit it at the start-up of the 21stcentury. Lisa Beatman adds the stories of immigrant workers, heard through the ear of a poet on site to teach literacy skills, to the growing literature of work poetry. - Susan Eisenberg, author of Blind Spot
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