Monthly Archives: October 2010

The poetry of your life

We hail your courage, embrace your love, love the poetry of your life David Gilbert, 10/6/10

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Altar by Miranda Bergman and Jane Norling

See a photo of the altar created by Miranda Bergman and Jane Norling for the exhibition “Honoring Revolution with Visions of Healing: Dia de los Muertos 2010” at SOMArts in San Francisco. The exhibition remains up through November 6. (Photo … Continue reading

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More alive every day, as Alberto Granado said …

… about his motorcycle buddy (Che Guevara): “I realize he’s more alive each day, and I need his advice more and more.” So we can say of Marilyn, she is more alive every day as we delve further into her … Continue reading

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Marilyn profiled in “Women ‘Politicals’ (Not) in the News”

Marilyn is one of four U.S.-held women political prisoners in the article by Linda Ford on, October 10, 2010.

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Shero by Emory Douglas

  Marilyn Buck portrait by Emory Douglas    

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Oakland memorial November 7

For a report on the memorial, see Marilyn Buck Remembered PDF version of Announcement

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Two new poems of Marilyn’s published

The October 2010 issue of Monthly Review has two poems from Marilyn, “Tattoos” and “Undocumented” which have not been previously published, with an introduction by Susie Day.  They are now available online at

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