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Title
Mexican American author and poet Jimmy Santiago Baca reads from his work and is interviewed by Georgette Dorn
Type
Audio
Subject
Baca, Jimmy Santiago, 1952---Interviews.
Authors, American--20th century--Interviews.
Mexican American authors--Interviews.
United States--Poetry
Mexico--Poetry
Genre Form
interviews
poetry
sound recording
Language
English
Identified By
Lccn: 2004657569
Summary
Mr. Santiago Baca reads from his following works: Martin and meditations on the south valley, Black mesa poems, Winter poems along the rio grande,The importance of a piece of paper, and Healing earthquakes.
Table Of Contents
Interview with Georgette Dorn (min. 00:02)
From Martin and meditations on the south valley: VIII (min. 03:53)
From Black mesa poems: What's real and what's not (min. 11:04)
From Winter poems along the rio grande: 37. (min. 19:39)
From The importance of a piece of paper: Bull's blood (min. 19:39)
From Healing earthquakes: Five (Portate bien) (min. 28:04).
Capture
Date: 2004-11-23 Place: 3850 lcc-g
Recorded Nov. 21, 2004, Studio A, Library of Congress.
Authorized Access Point
Baca, Jimmy Santiago, 1952- Mexican American author and poet Jimmy Santiago Baca reads from his work and is interviewed by Georgette Dorn
Authorized Access Point Variant
Dorn, Georgette M. Mexican American author and poet Jimmy Santiago Baca reads from his work and is interviewed by Georgette Dorn
Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape (Library of Congress) Mexican American author and poet Jimmy Santiago Baca reads from his work and is interviewed by Georgette Dorn