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Gutted, Chin, Justin
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Author Name:    Chin, Justin

Title:   Gutted

Binding:   PAPERBACK

Book Condition:   New

Publisher:    Manic D Press, Inc. 

ISBN Number:   1933149078 / 9781933149073

Seller ID:   ING9781933149073

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"At his most flippant, Chin is downright charming."--"Publishers Weekly"

While trying to make sense of this ever-churning, terror-filled world, poet Justin Chin found himself traveling repeatedly home to Southeast Asia--a region unnerved and raging with SARS and the Avian Flu--to help care for his father who had suddenly been declared terminally ill with cancer. In addition to his father's illness, Chin was managing his own health and medical annoyances and preparing for a looming US citizenship test. At the beginning of this difficult period, Chin quietly vowed not to speak publicly about his troubles until they had been suitably resolved. These poems mark the end of that resolution. "Gutted" is a document of growing older--a massively moving work of grief, loss, comfort, illness, and resolve--imbued with Chin's unique screwy perspective, ever-defective grace, and scabrous humor.

Justin Chin is the author of two poetry collections, "Harmless Medicine" and "Bite Hard" (Manic D Press), and two collections of essays, "Burden of Ashes" (Alyson Books) and "Mongrel: Essays, Diatribes and Pranks" (St. Martin's Press). Chin's writings have also been anthologized widely, notably in "The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry" (Thunder's Mouth Press), "American Poetry: The Next Generation" (Carnegie Mellon University Press), "The World In Us: Lesbian and Gay Poetry of the Next Wave" (St. Martin's Press), and "Chick For A Day" (Simon & Schuster). He has performed his work throughout the United States. He lives in San Francisco.



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