Poetry. Latino/Latina Studies. The late AndrA aŽAs Montoya's THE
ICEWORKER SINGS AND OTHER POEMS evokes a world of machines and
violence as it confronts a culture that has abandoned hope. His
poems are stories, prayers, and letters that foster a spiritual
resolve in the midst of a chaotic and concrete reality that denies
the holy. Primarily urban and intensely personal, his poetry is
nonetheless universal in dealing with issues of the day: race,
faith, urban decay, poverty, police brutality, and the individual
search for hope in the midst of despair. Winner of the 1997
Chicano/Latino Literary Prize.
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