Sesshu Foster

Sesshu Foster has taught composition and literature in East L.A. for 20 years, and writing at the University of Iowa, the California Institute for the Arts, the University of California, Santa Cruz and Naropa University’s Summer Writing Program. His most recent books are the novel Atomik Aztex and World Ball Notebook. He is currently collaborating with artist Arturo Romo and other writers on the website, www.ELAguide.org.


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Droll Ontology

Desire and despair smolder fulvous, pungent and sulphuric in Gronk’s black and white....

Droll Ontology
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