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Author: Javier Zamora
Publisher: Port Townsend, Washington : Copper Canyon Press, [2017]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
"This gorgeous debut speaks with heart-wrenching intimacy and first-hand experience to the hot-button political issues of immigration and border crossings"--
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Javier Zamora
ISBN: 9781556595110 1556595115 9781619321779 1619321777
OCLC Number: 972237998
Notes: "A Lannan literary selection"--Page 4 of cover.
Description: x, 94 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: To Abuelita Neli --
Saguaros --
From the book I made with a counselor my first week of school --
Second attempt crossing --
El Salvador --
On a dirt road outside Oaxaca --
Cassette tape --
To President-Elect --
Pump water from the well --
Instructions for my funeral --
Montage with mangoes, volcano, and flooded streets --
The pier of La Herradura --
Dancing in buses --
How to enlist --
Documentary --
ARENA --
"Don Chepe" --
Disappeared --
Rooftop --
This was the field --
Politics --
Aftermath --
For Israel and Maria de los Ángeles --
Crybaby --
Abuelita Neli's garden with parakeets named Chepito --
I don't want to speak of "Don Chepe" --
How I learned to walk --
Postpartum --
"Ponele Queso Bischo" means put cheese on it kid --
Then, it was so --
Mom responds to her shaming --
Alterations --
Aubade --
Prayer --
Abuelita says goodbye --
Let me try again --
Citizenship --
San Francisco Bay and "Mt. Tam" --
Doctor's office first week in this country --
Vows --
Nocturn --
Deportation letter --
Seeing your mother again --
Exiliados --
June 10, 1999.
Other Titles: Poems.
Responsibility: Javier Zamora.

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