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John Ross/Jerry Martien, Live at the Jambalaya
Miller, Stephen
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John Ross was a poet and the national award-winning author of 10 books of fiction and nonfiction and nine chapbooks of poetry, Ross received the American Book Award for Rebellion from the Roots: Zapatista Uprising in Chiapas, and the Upton Sinclair Award for Murdered By Capitalism: 150 Years of Life and Death on the American Left. He lived in Humboldt County in the 1970s and 1980s. Jerry Martien is the author of Shell Game: A True Account of Beads and Money in North America, a history of economic exchange, as well as three books of poetry: Pieces in Place; Upriver Downriver; and Journey Work. He is published in numerous anthologies, and teaches creative writing at Humboldt State University
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