By: Ebony March

1933 <BR>By: Ebony March
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    ISBN: 978-1-60862-154-5
    Edition: Paperback, 126 Pages
    Publication Date: April 9, 2010
    Excerpt from “The Librarian”

    “As our hearts beat, symbiotic
    We form a bond strong as a pillar
    With our bodies sprawled out naked
    Between D.H. Lawrence and Henry Miller.

    And my cherished lover is such a dear
    When so uncompromised,
    He looks at me and says, ‘I want you,’
    Only with his eyes.”

    Ebony March melds the humor and feminism of early Meryn Cadell with the contemporary cool and street wisdom of Saul Williams into her debut collection of poems, 1933. From love to sex to obsession to fear, she is the voice of her generation: an introspective city-dweller pushing past the pretense in order to share her unique point of view. 1933 is a reflection of her life from age nineteen until thirty-three, and offers an unflinching look into the brave new world of a starving artist.