Sông I Sing

Sông I Sing

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When it feels like no one
lets you live
at your own volume

You sing.

Dynamic and eye-opening, this debut by a National Poetry Slam finalist critiques an America sleepwalking through its days and explores the contradictions of race and class in America.

Bao Phi has been a National Poetry Slam finalist and appeared on HBO's Def Poetry. His poems and essays are widely published in numerous publications including 2006 Best American Poetry. Phi lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and works at the Loft Literary Center.



Author: Bao Phi
Publisher: Coffee House Press
Published: 09/20/2011
Pages: 170
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.35lbs
Size: 8.90h x 5.90w x 0.40d
ISBN: 9781566892797

About the Author
A performance poet since 1991, Bao Phi has been a National Poetry Slam finalist and appeared on HBO's Def Poetry. His poems and essays are widely published in numerous publications including 2006 Best American Poetry, Screaming Monkeys, and Spoken Word Revolution Redux. He has also released several CDs of his poetry, including Refugeography and, most recently, The Nguyens EP. A performer on stages around the world and across the country, Bao works at the Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis, where he curates programs for artists and audiences of color. Sông I Sing is his first poetry collection in print.