David Mason's verse novel Ludlow is featured in the Washington Post to commemorate the 100th year anniversary of a massacre that led to the murder of two dozen striking coal miners. "On April 20, 1914, thugs working for Colorado Fuel & Iron and the Colorado National Guard attacked striking coal miners at Ludlow," and Mason's verse novel brings this history to light.
According to Mason, his verse novel is not intended to be a "propaganda for unions or a diatribe against corporations. Its a book about storytelling, the union of memory and imagination, the manufacture of meaning.
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