Poetry published in the anthology ” Re-Imagine America-An Anthology for the future” by Vagabond Press

Thrilled to share the pictures from my copy of the coveted anthology “Re-imagine America”( an anthology for the future  by the Vagabond Press.where two of my poems “Safekeeping” and “Bullhorn” has been published. Immensely grateful to the Editor Mark Lipman for supporting my work.

Honored the share the space with the US Poet Laureate Joy Harjo, Luis Javier Rodriguez, , San Francisco Poet Laureate Tongo Eisen-Martin, FlowerSong Press authors Matt Sedillo, Briana Muñoz, Edward Vidduarre, David Romero, Iris De Anda, Michael Rothenberg and so many brilliant voices of the writing community. Its a special feeling to share the space with the publisher of my debut full length collection, Edward Vidduarre and also Dr. Thelma T Reyna, who was kind enough to write the forewod for my debut full length “My Body Lives Like a Threat” coming soon by Flowersong Press.

Get yours copy today at the following link and support the necessary voices in the book.

https://www.vagabondbooks.net/2020/11/reimagine-america.html

.MARK LIPMAN is the recipient of the “2015 Joe Hill Labor Poetry Award”; founder of VAGABOND; a writer, poet, multi-media artist and activist, author of six books: “Poetry for the Masses” (2015), “Global Economic Amnesty” (2014) with a comment by Noam Chomsky, “A Stirring Underfoot” (2011), “The Dirt of Dispair” (2010) translated into Spanish by poet Antonieta Villamil, “Because We Were Happy And Free” (2009). His first novel, “Impermanence”, was published in Paris 2001, and nominated for the “Bard Literary Prize” in 2003.

Looking forward to its publication.

Happy Poetry!!

Megha Sood

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