Edward J. Carvalho | Chants From the Seven Cities

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Chants From the Seven Cities

by Edward J. Carvalho

Carvalho's poems have been described as "original, innovative, imaginative and brutal" and have appeared, along with his essays, reviews, and critical papers, in numerous journals throughout the country.
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Edward J. Carvalho is a twice-nominated Pushcart Prize poet (2004-2005), MFA recipient (Goddard College 2006), and PhD candidate in the Literature and Criticism program at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He is the author of SOLITARY, POOR, NASTY, BRUTISH AND SHORT (Fine Tooth Press, 2007), CHANTS FROM THE SEVEN CITIES (Guerrilla Ignition, 2009), and “IF THE RADIANCE OF A THOUSAND SUNS”: SONGS OF THE AMERICAN HIROSHIMA (Forthcoming--Six Bad Apples Press, 2009). His poems––once described as “original, innovative, imaginative and brutal”––have appeared along with his essays, reviews, and critical papers in numerous journals throughout the country. His interview with poet Martín Espada, “A branch on the Tree of Whitman: Martín Espada on the 150th Anniversary of Leaves of Grass,” was recently published by QUAY and accepted for republication in the WALT WHITMAN QUARTERLY REVIEW (University of Iowa, Summer 2008). He is the guest editor of David B. Downing's WORKS AND DAYS journal on ACADEMIC FREEDOM AND INTELLECTUAL ACTIVISM IN THE POST-9/11 UNIVERSITY, which features his interviews with Noam Chomsky, Martín Espada, and Cornel West, along with new scholarship from other notable intellectuals (Fall/Spring 2009). Additionally, he is the recent recipient of Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Twentieth and Twenty-First Annual IUP Doctoral Fellowships (2006, 2008) and employed there with a Teaching Associateship in the English Department.

For more information, please visit www.edwardjcarvalho.com.

CHANTS FROM THE SEVEN CITIES is part of the Guerrilla Ignition catalog. To learn more about the other audio titles available from Guerrilla Ignition, search "Synnika" here on CDBaby.com or visit http://cdbaby.com/found?allsearch=synnika&submit=

Cover artwork for CHANTS FROM THE SEVEN CITIES provided by Jason Beam (www.jasonbeam.com).



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