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Powerlines: A Decade of Poetry from Chicago's Guild Complexby Julie Parson-nesbitt
An amazing compilation from Chicago's weekly poetry readings at the Guild Complex, the award-winning, cross-cultural literary center. Revolutionary chants and resonating love poetry presented by a diverse group, including Carolyn Kizer, Bob Holman, Adrienne Rich, Quincy Troupe, Wanda Coleman, Patricia Smith, and Yusef Komunyakaa. Studs Terkel says the Guild Complex represents in the writers and performers the vision of a city of flesh and blood, men and women, rather than a city of things.
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Every week at the Guild Complex--Chicago's internationally renowned cross-cultural literary center--poets open themselves up to the audience. Power Lines celebrates the first decade of the Guild Complex, its poets, and its publishing wing, Tia Chucha Press.
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