Chicano Poet by Reyes Cárdenas

Reyes Cárdenas

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No one is safe from the satiric wit of Reyes Cárdenas. This Chicano master of Anti-Poetry exposes social truths in a cackling lexicon of critical insight, wry puns and hatchet wordplay. His tone leaps from savage to the absurd, from ironic to dry, from bitter anger to tender concern. He must be among his “Survivors of the Chicano Titanic,” who reveal “That swaggered/humility.” —Steve Bennet, San Antonio Express-News

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For The City That Nearly Broke Me by Barbara Jane Reyes

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Incantatory, gritty, at times heartbreaking, and, yes, celebratory, these poems are amulets for our broken world.
–R. Zamora Linmark, author of Drive-By Vigils and The Evolution of a Sigh. 

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