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Click for more detail about Ploughshares Spring 1997: Poems and Stories by Yusef Komunyakaa Ploughshares Spring 1997: Poems and Stories

by Yusef Komunyakaa
Ploughshares Books (Apr 15, 1997)
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Contributors to this issue include: Tony Ardizzone, William Baer, James Bertolino, Bruce Bond, Laure-Anne Bosselaar, Kevin Bowen, Laton Carter, Richard Cecil, Bruce Cohen, Martha Collins, Greg Delanty, Toi Derricotte, Mark Doty, Gil José Durán, Martín Espada, George Evans, George Evans, Sascha Feinstein, Carolyn Ferrell, Cecile Goding, Jennifer Grotz, Alexander Gurevich, Marilyn Hacker, Bob Hicok, Colette Inez, Hatif Janabi, William H. Johnson, Alice Jones, Allison Joseph, Jesse Lee Kercheval, Priscilla Lee, Larry Levis, Demetria Martinez, Khaled Mattawa, John McCluskey, Jr., Campbell McGrath, Phil Metres, Carl Phillips, Marilene Phipps, Rohan B. Preston, Leroy V. Quintana, Jan Richman, Jennifer Richter, David Rivard, Lloyd Schwartz, J. D. Scrimgeour, Angela Shannon, Reginald Shepherd, Maura Stanton, Gerald Stern, Nyugen Quang Thieu, Melanie Rae Thon, Richard Tillinghast, Barbara Tran, Jon Tribble, Reetika Vazirani, Charles Harper Webb, David Wojahn, Lisa Yanover, Daisy Zamora

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by Sam Cornish
Ploughshares Books (Dec 01, 1990)
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Sam Cornish’s 1935 is a memoir of growing up Black in Baltimore during the Depression and World War II. Melding autobiography, poetry, and fiction, the author, like John Dos Passos before him, creates a collage of American experience which allows him to weave twenty years of African-American family life into the life of a nation. For Sam Cornish, a writer’s education contains the radiance and terror of history. Read more about this memoir at ChickenBones: A Journal