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Los Angeles Review 6

Kate Gale, Nancy Boutin

Publication Date: November 1, 2009

$20 Tradepaper

ISBN: 1-59709-149-9


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Latino Stories Interviews David Campos, author of AMERICAN QUASAR

This interview with David Campos is part of a Latino Stories series with Latinx authors. David Campos, a CantoMundo Fellow, is the author of American Quasar (Red Hen Press 2021) and Furious Dusk (University of Notre Dame 2015) which won the 2014 Andrés Montoya Poetry Prize.

David Campos & Maceo Montoya (AMERICAN QUASAR) interviewed in the American Book Review!

Early twentieth-century maverick creator, Guillaume Apollinaire, famously declared, “l’esprit nouveau et les poetes.” With extraordinary collaborations between visual crafters and wordsmiths—Picasso and Max Jacob (Saint Matorel [1911]), Ginsburg and Francesco Clemente (The White Shroud [1986]), Norma Cantú and Marta Sánchez (Transcendental Train Yard [2015]), for instance—I emphatically declare: the vitality of the poetic-arts is Latinx hybrid modal co-creations. David Campos […]


AMERICAN QUASAR by David Campos reviewed in Rhino Poetry!

David Campos’s second collection, American Quasar, follows a lonely speaker’s dreams, meditations, and prayers to understand life. Campos juxtaposes inhumanity in the modern United States with inhumanity in the nuclear family, ultimately finding solace in space. Art by Maceo Montoya adds both texture and depth, further amplifying the message of human desolation. Read the review […]