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By Levi Romero,V.B. Price,Genaro Padilla

"Levi Romero is an odd type of wizard. He can stroll up a brand new Mexico arroyo and are available again with a mysterious item packed with quotidian magic. Like a rusted tobacco can the grand-fathers used to roll their smokes. And if you happen to pry open the lid, you could listen their laughter and gossip popping out. that is what he does in poem after poem. I learn his paintings and that i examine back find out how to love this life.
--Luis Alberto Urrea

Through favourite details--leaking taps and lowriders, "chicharrones" and fowl coops--Levi Romero recollects "familia, comunidad, " and "tradiciones" from his upbringing in northern New Mexico's Embudo Valley. along his education and jobs within the development trades and the architectural career, and now a instructor, his writing has maintained and nurtured his connection to the original humans and land he is familiar with so good and that experience seldom been represented in American poetry.

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