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Incorporating short prose, photography, and poetry, this memoir celebrates Albuquerque, New Mexico, and recollects how the author’s life and the city itself were impacted by Cold War politics, the atomic bomb, McCarthyism, racism, and misogyny. Covering topics such as familial relationships, troubled marriage, lesbianism, and human rights activism, this collection also pro Incorporating short prose, photography, and poetry, this memoir celebrates Albuquerque, New Mexico, and recollects how the author’s life and the city itself were impacted by Cold War politics, the atomic bomb, McCarthyism, racism, and misogyny. Covering topics such as familial relationships, troubled marriage, lesbianism, and human rights activism, this collection also provides a poetic understanding of the region’s history and culture over the past half century. Politically charged, this account highlights inhumane government policies while recounting the history of this Southwestern town.  


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Incorporating short prose, photography, and poetry, this memoir celebrates Albuquerque, New Mexico, and recollects how the author’s life and the city itself were impacted by Cold War politics, the atomic bomb, McCarthyism, racism, and misogyny. Covering topics such as familial relationships, troubled marriage, lesbianism, and human rights activism, this collection also pro Incorporating short prose, photography, and poetry, this memoir celebrates Albuquerque, New Mexico, and recollects how the author’s life and the city itself were impacted by Cold War politics, the atomic bomb, McCarthyism, racism, and misogyny. Covering topics such as familial relationships, troubled marriage, lesbianism, and human rights activism, this collection also provides a poetic understanding of the region’s history and culture over the past half century. Politically charged, this account highlights inhumane government policies while recounting the history of this Southwestern town.  

18 review for My Town: A Memoir of Albuquerque, New Mexico, in Poems, Prose and Photographs

  1. 4 out of 5

    Carl

    "It was never the town itself but the hues of space and light moving out from its measured grid, impossible rainbows, supplications to an anti-God sometimes willing to hold my hand when answers confused my need to know." "It was never the town itself but the hues of space and light moving out from its measured grid, impossible rainbows, supplications to an anti-God sometimes willing to hold my hand when answers confused my need to know."

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