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Fables for
an Open Field

by Clifton Ross

Schooling the
Generations in the
Politics of Prison

edited by Chinosole

At the Bottom
A Woman's Life
in Central America

by Luisa Gonzalez  

Story Hunger
by Jerah Chadwick

Quetzalcoatl
by Ernesto Cardenal

William Everson:
The Light the
Shadow Casts

by Clifton Ross

Valley of the Sun
by Henry Noyes

Voice of Fire
Communiqués and
Interviews from the
EZLN

The Inclusive
Gospel: Mark

translated by Steven
Hayes-Lohrey 

En el Pais de las
Maravillas

by Luz Maria Umpierre

     
     
     


   
   
   
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Fables for an Open Field
by Clifton Ross

A collection of fables and prose-poems by Berkeley writer, translator and printer Clifton Ross. Dr. David Daube, of U.C. Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law, says, "This marvelous collection is among the most beautiful I've read...beautifully written as well as full of great wisdom." Illustrated by the Berkeley fine artist, mother and educator, Deborah Green

ISBN 0-915117-07-X, 38 pages, two color uncoated cover, $3.95


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Story Hunger
by Jerah Chadwick

Crosses seascapes and land, uniting Celtic and Aleut myths and themes, in poetry that explores the deep absences of those who have vanished.

Perfect bound, $12.00

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Voice of Fire See other page for full description and excerpts.
Communiqués and
Interviews from the
EZLN

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Schooling the Generations in the Politics of Prison

edited by Chinosole

This collage of interviews, articles, art and poetry is a powerful record of the struggle of African-Americans for dignity and human rights. The interviews with Mumia Abu-Jamal and articles by. Dr. Mutulu Shakur, Assata Shakur, Erskin Johnson, Ramona Africa of' Move, Evelyn Williams and others combine to give a startling picture of the suffering of African-Americans in the US. prison system. An absolutely essential book for understanding the past, present and future of the struggle of African-Americans for civil rights in the U.S.

ISBN 0-915117-02-9, 196 pages, perfect bound, black ink on white uncoated cover, $15.95.

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Quetzalcoatl
by Ernesto Cardenal

Translated by Clifton Ross.

A bilingual edition of a book-length award-winning poem by the militant Roman Catholic priest who was Nicaragua's Sandinista Minister of culture for nearly 11 years. Through 52 poetic fragments, Ernesto Cardenal articulates a multiple vision, constantly constellated by myth that has always been one of the most effective mechanisms of his poetic creation" (Jose Carlos Rovira).

ISBN 0-915117-38-X, 57 pages, perfect bound, two color uncoated cover, $9.95.

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William Everson:
The Light the Shadow Casts

by Clifton Ross

This book includes five interviews with William Everson, the late California master of poetry and core figure in the San Francisco Literary Renaissance which inspired the Beat movement. The interviews, which took place between 1980 and 1993, were conducted, edited and introduced by Clifton Ross. The book includes a selection of corresponding poems by Everson as well as poems the late poet chose from his collection which were dedicated to the psychoid Christ.

ISBN 0-915117-05-3, 120 pages, perfect bound glossy black and white cover, $14.95
by Clifton Ross

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At the Bottom
A Woman's Life in Central America

by Luisa Gonzalez.

Gonzalez is one of Costa Rica's most important educators this century and a socialist militant. This autobiography, which won Costa Rica's prestigious Aquileo J. Echeverrla award in 1970, presents a poignant depiction of Central American slum life earlier this century and a brave woman's struggle to learn and then to teach the crucial lessons of life.

ISBN 0-915117-12 -6 121 pages, perfect bound, glossy cover with duotone, $9.95.

 

 

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En el Pais de las Maravillas
by Luz Maria Umpierre

In Spanish

Marjorie Agosin describes Umpierre as "one of the foremost Latina poets emerging in the- last decade." Nancy Mandlove in Women Writers of Spanish America described the work as "the skillful fusion and juxtaposition of Spanish and English, street language, cliché and formal diction" which "serves as a mirror to reflect the hypocrisy and inverted values present in North American society. Significant work for those interested in poetry, women studies and minority studies."

38 pages, perfect bound, two color glossy cover, $5.00.

 


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Valley of the Sun
by Henry Noyes

This selection of poems is by the San Francisco writer who imported many of China's books to the U.S. for the past four decades. The San Francisco Almanac called Valley of the Sun "a rare peek into the world of: a man that has contributed more to books, world understanding and global peace than many will know."

ISBN 0-915117-13-4, 117 pages, two color glossy cover, $9.95.

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The Inclusive
Gospel: Mark

translated by Steven
Hayes-Lohrey  A new translation using non-sexist language.

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UPCOMING RELEASES

Whatever Comes of Not Knowing

by Eric Robertson

Robertson's stories take us from childhood raids on the neighborhood soda machine to rude awakenings in a Tenderloin hotel. Moody and magical prose. $11.95

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Green Glasses

by Janice King

A woman who loves too much tells of her pleasures. Hidden regrets blossom into beauty in this new collection of King's poems. $9.

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