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Beside the City of Angels: An Anthology of Long Beach Poetry

by Paul Kareem Tayyar

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An anthology of Long Beach poetry, featuring work from some of Long Beach's most famous poets--among them Gerald Locklin, Donna Hilbert, Rafael Zepeda, Fred Voss, and Joan Jobe Smith--as well as talented newcomers to the scene, including Kevin Lee, Tyler Dilts, Sarah Bartlett, and Mike Buckley.

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