Living in the Land of the Dead: An Anthology of Anthologies Faithful Fools Poetry 2004 - 2014
With grit, grace, and elegance Faithful Fools (a live/work non-profit) has collected an anthology of anthologies representing over 100 poets selected from five different volumes originally published by Will to Print Press. Edited by the University of San Francisco MartIn-BarO Scholars (2014-15), and produced by Freedom Voices Press, this collection will take you into the streets of San Francisco's Tenderloin District where you will hear a panoply of voices sharing art and wisdom drawn from harsh experience and existential joy.
"Welcome to Living in the Land of the Dead... Understand: this book
contains road maps, accident reports, and prayers and is filled with
human life crying like a helpless baby or the blast of a lonely horn..."
—Ed Bowers, a Faithful Fool and Tenderloin Poet
book is a crossroads. A crossroads of people: a place where poets meet
one another, where students meet poets, where faculty meet Fools. This
book is a crossroads of life: a place where words meet the page, where
truth meets dreams, where the past meets the present. It is an oasis on
the long Silk Road of poetry that connects distant corners of the
—Sam Dennison, a Faithful Fool