Oil and Candle

Oil and Candle By Gabriel Ojeda-Sague, Oil and Candle traces imagined rituals, failed rituals, and magical objects of Santer a in confronting issues of race, warfare, and the precarity of Latino lives Object oriented, Oil and Candle localizes biographical, theoretical, and imagined content in a Limpias oil and an Abrecaminos prayer candle or vel n It is as much a confrontation of racism in poetry as it is aOil and Candle traces imagined rituals, failed rituals, and magical objects of Santer a in confronting issues of race, warfare, and the precarity of Latino lives Object oriented, Oil and Candle localizes biographical, theoretical, and imagined content in a Limpias oil and an Abrecaminos prayer candle or vel n It is as much a confrontation of racism in poetry as it is a torch song to cultures inherited and not necessarily lived.Oil and Candle was selected as the winner of Timeless, Infinite Light s 2015 TRACT Contest from an exceptionally strong pool of entries by guest judges Brittany Billmeyer Finn, Cheena Marie Lo, and Syd Staiti.. Oil and Candle Oil and Candle traces imagined rituals failed rituals and magical objects of Santer a in confronting issues of race warfare and the precarity of Latino lives Object oriented Oil and Candle locali

  • Title: Oil and Candle
  • Author: Gabriel Ojeda-Sague
  • ISBN: 9781937421175
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Oil and Candle”

    1. Such beautiful writing My favorite is the first poem in the book Limpias, which I especially enjoyed hearing read by Gabe at his book release The cover is also gorgeous, I love seeing it on my shelf 3

    2. I received a free copy of this book through a giveaway Unfortunately, I did not care for this collection of poetry The flow seemed choppy and unconnected I reread the book to make sure I didn t miss something, but there was absolutely no connection for me.

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