Monthly Archives: September 2013

Inadequate Gratitude for Charles Mingus

by Christopher Raley   She’s gone, Charles, I turn you up, and you repeat the eight note word of truth. Here are your preachers, I hear them, squealing and babbling in tongues possessed of the spirit of knowledge, and they … Continue reading

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Americans

by Christopher Raley   i. In all of us in imagined borders while we work and bargain magazine wealth lurks unknown a curious man looking   down traffic jammed streets, through smog-smeared sunsets, round cornered stone like painted monuments to … Continue reading

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