We sing our struggle,; a tribute to us all for Meridel LeSueur. Edited by Mary McAnally. A tribute to radical writers of the 80's, who carry a firestick passed on from hand to hand, generation to generation; who form a circle dance, a spiral dance; whose company is not exclusive; who invite all to join us; we are legion. In the words of Meridel LeSueur, "come, let us enter each other." Meridel Le Sueur.

We sing our struggle,; a tribute to us all for Meridel LeSueur. Edited by Mary McAnally. A tribute to radical writers of the 80's, who carry a firestick passed on from hand to hand, generation to generation; who form a circle dance, a spiral dance; whose company is not exclusive; who invite all to join us; we are legion. In the words of Meridel LeSueur, "come, let us enter each other."

Tulsa: Cardinal Press, 1982. Paperback. Unpaginated (about 80p.), illustrated with photos, a drawing, musical notation, and artifacts (wild grass seed frond, decorated envelope, cut-out); first edition 8.5 inch-square wraps. Minor signs of handling.

Includes "Excerpts selected from Notes from Crete" by LeSueur, 4p., an unpublished work, a poem by Thomas McGrath, many others --about 40 different writers and artists.

Cat.No: 74741
ISBN: 0943594030

Price: $12.00