his dark, our love, i

awniwake hauso

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The winning manuscript is published as a letterpress, limited edition chapbook, 50 copies of which go to the poet, who also receives $500 & an invitation to read at UNC Greensboro. Growing up in a 3rd World country, mob things do happen and all I was trying to do was bring out the story of self-discovery, which isn’t easy and most of us have lost our way and always look for what to blame when things don’t work out according to what we expected.

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