me drawing a picture of me[n]

me drawing a picture of me[n]

by Rachelle Escamilla
me drawing a picture of me[n]

me drawing a picture of me[n]

by Rachelle Escamilla

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Overview

Poetry collection by Rachelle Escamilla, Library of Congress Visiting Scholar. Escamilla is the producer and host of the longest running poetry radio show in the United States, Out of Our Minds, and the founder of the Poets & Writers Coalition at San Jose State University. From 2012- 2014 Rachelle lived in China where she co-founded The Sun Yat-sen University English-language Center for Creative Writing and headed a lecture series at the American Center of the United States Consulate of Guangzhou. She is the winner of the Virginia de Arujo Academy of American Poets prize and she teaches Creative Writing and Social Action at California State University Monterey Bay.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781732209138
Publisher: Willow Books/Aquarius Press
Publication date: 03/15/2019
Pages: 68
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.16(d)

About the Author

Rachelle Escamilla is a poet and 2018 Library of Congress Visiting Scholar. She is the producer and host of Out of Our Minds, the nation's longest-running poetry radio in history. founder of the
Poets & Writers Coalition at San Jose State University. Rachelle lived in China where she co-founded The Sun Yat-sen University English-language Center for Creative Writing and headed a lecture series at the American Center of the United States Consulate of Guangzhou. She is the winner of the Virginia de Arujo Academy of American Poets prize and she teaches Creative Writing and Social Action at California State University Monterey Bay. In 2018, Rachelle was a Visiting Scholar at the Library of Congress, Hispanic Division, where she conducted research around her grandfather's 1969 testimony for the fair treatment of migrant laborers in California and recorded poems for the library's archive. Rachelle was born and raised in Hollister, California and currently lives in Monterey, California.
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