Poetry. African American Studies. This limited edition chapbook of ten poems is crafted by hand, printed letterpress from hand set Kennerley types on recycled and acid-free Passport text in Gypsum with Coco endwrappers that were gathered, folded and sewn by hand into Sage cover.
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About the Author
Geoffrey Jacques is a poet, critic, and teacher who writes about literature, the visual arts, and culture. His research interests include modernist poetry and poetics, African American literature and culture, and the postmodern city. His latest book of poems is Just for a Thrill (Wayne State University Press, 2005). His previous poetry collections include Hunger and Other Poems (1993) and SUSPENDED KNOWLEDGE (1998). Jacques has also published poems in such journals and anthologies as FENCE, Callaloo, HAMBONE, MiPoesias, Black Renaissance Noire, O-Blek, Long News in the Short Century, in the anthology Abandon Automobile: Detroit City Poetry 2001 (Wayne State University Press, 2001), and elsewhere.