last rights

by Marvin K. White

The poems collected in last rights portray caring, humanness, family or kinship, humor, despair, ordinary problems and unqualified love as they occur in the everyday lives of homosexuals. With the quiet dignity of these poems Marvin K. White challenges us to consider how homophobia may distort what we behold. —The Washington Post 

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Marvin K. White

Marvin K. White, M.Div., is a graduate of the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley CA, and a former pastor associate at Glide Memorial Church in San Francisco. In addition to being a sought-after preacher, collaborator and thought leader, he is currently an arts liaison and a co-facilitator of the Faith Leaders Round Table at the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society. He is the author of four collections of poetry published by RedBone Press; Our Name Be Witness, Status and two Lammy-nominated collections, last rights and nothin’ ugly fly. As a public theologian and community-based artist, he is articulating a vision of social, prophetic and creative justice through being a poet, artist, teacher, facilitator, activist, community organizer, preacher, homemaker, cake baker, and Facebook Statustician.


[Photo © 2011 by Duane Cramer.]

138 pp. 

© 2004 by Marvin K. White
Cover art: “Bread of Heaven” © 2001 by Michael Ross
Cover design: E.M. Corbin

ISBN-10: 0-9656659-4-1
ISBN-13: 978-0-9656659-4-0

 

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