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This is my new mini-zine of seven poems about living in poverty in Sacramento. It's about standing in line for food, getting free counseling, visiting the free clinic, and getting free condoms at the county medical building. So it's really about services and a lot about old cake, Mexican cookies, and government beans. It's eight quarter-size pages including covers.

full-time poverty poetry zine


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