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California March for Democracy http://ow.ly/w3T39   480 Miles. 37 Days. 1 Mission.  @99Rise
The corruption of big money in politics is complete. Plutocracy is here. It’s time to move the millions of Americans who believe in the rule of “one person, one vote” to stand up and say: enough.
On May 17th, 2014, we will gather in Los Angeles and begin a 480 mile march over the mountains and valleys of California to the state capitol in Sacramento.
There we will deliver a simple demand to the leaders of our nation’s biggest state: publicly acknowledge the crisis of corruption and take immediate action to end it.
Learn more →

California March for Democracy http://ow.ly/w3T39   480 Miles. 37 Days. 1 Mission.  @99Rise

The corruption of big money in politics is complete. Plutocracy is here. It’s time to move the millions of Americans who believe in the rule of “one person, one vote” to stand up and say: enough.

On May 17th, 2014, we will gather in Los Angeles and begin a 480 mile march over the mountains and valleys of California to the state capitol in Sacramento.

There we will deliver a simple demand to the leaders of our nation’s biggest state: publicly acknowledge the crisis of corruption and take immediate action to end it.

Learn more →


City of Poets: Four Poetry Titles from L.A. to San Francisco

By Mike Sonksen | 
April 18, 2014



The last two weeks of this column featured a litany of venues for live poetry, the next two weeks will showcase a selection of poetry books. This week L.A. Letters spotlights four recent poetry books with connections to San Francisco, the Beat Generation, and Surrealism. Next week even more titles will be discussed.
It is no secret that San Francisco has a storied literary history. The knowledge of this legacy usually focuses on the Beats and San Francisco Renaissance; however there is a parallel literary history equally rich but much less known. Dating back to the Vietnam-era, up until our present time, a cadre of Chicano, Central American and Native poets have published and produced a catalogue of poetry books and organized hundreds of important readings.
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City of Poets: Four Poetry Titles from L.A. to San Francisco


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Portrait (245): Remembering Gabriel García Márquez, 1927 – 2014

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Portrait (245): Remembering Gabriel García Márquez, 1927 – 2014


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It’s actually a Welsh word.  And there is no direct English translation, although the University of Lampeter defines it as homesickness tinged with “grief or sadness over the lost or departed.”    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiraeth

underthenet:

It’s actually a Welsh word.  And there is no direct English translation, although the University of Lampeter defines it as homesickness tinged with “grief or sadness over the lost or departed.”    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiraeth


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Triple Exposed Exit
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Triple Exposed Exit

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Thoughts-On-Vargas

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Thoughts-On-Vargas


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Through-The-Glass I and II

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DayGlo-AMTRAK
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DayGlo-AMTRAK

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From-The-Tunnel-Into-The-Light
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From-The-Tunnel-Into-The-Light

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