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Sterling Plumpp: Survival Blues

Born in rural Mississippi in 1940, Sterling Plumpp has for thirty years taught at the University of Illinois, Chicago, and produced a body of poetry giving him considerable claim to be one of the country‚Äôs most distinguished blues-jazz poets. Somber … Continue reading

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