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Inside Out Poems By Kim C. Tavares

Inside Out Poems By Kim C. Tavares

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Published by Blue Monday Publishing .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages72
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11746853M
ISBN 100967203104
ISBN 109780967203102

  “Inside Out & Back Again” is a semi-autobiographical children's middle grade novel by Thanhha Lai which recounts the fleeing of Vietnam by Ha and her family and their immigration to the United States of America. In , ten year-old Ha lives in Saigon, South Vietnam, with her mother and three older brothers, Vu, Khoi, and Quang. They are a My poems have been published and performed in the US, UK, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ireland and Germany, in magazines including Blackbox Manifold, para-text, Golden Handcuffs Review, Tripwire, Datableed and in various anthologies. Four long cycles have appeared as the chapters, Sitevisit (Materials), Turnpikes (Sad Press), System Without Issue (Oystercatcher Press) and Exteroceptive

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