Molossus round-up of indigenous literature: new books from Akashic, PM Press, and U Oklahoma P.
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The latest addition to Akashic’s great city- and neighborhood-centered Noir series, which began with Brooklyn Noir in 2004, Mexico City Noir contains new stories by Paco Ignacio Taibo II, Eugenio Aguirre, Eduardo Antonia Parra, Bernardo Fernandez Bef, Oscar de la Borbolla, Rolo Diez, Victor Luiz Gonzalez, F.G. Haghenbeck, Juan Hernandez Luna, Myriam Laurini, Eduardo Monteverde, and […]
Amatisoritsero Ede, born in Nigeria, has been a Hindu Monk with the Hare Krishna movement and worked as a Book Editor with a major Nigerian trade publisher, Spectrum Books. His first collection of poems, Collected Poems: A Writer’s Pains & Caribbean Blues, was published in Germany and Nigeria.
The first two sentences of Of Mule and Man (Akashic) begin in a way that compels this reviewer to start his review with the same: “ Do you know about serendipity? Well, you’re holding it in your hands.”
Norma Cole’s is the first book in City Light’s new spotlight series, which will showcase contemporary innovative poetry by both well-known and emerging American poets.