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Mark Turcotte: Songs for the Endless Others

Poet Mark Turcotte (b. 1958) spent his earliest years on North Dakota’s Turtle Mountain reservation and in several migrant camps in the western U.S.  Drawn to Chicago in 1993, partly because of the city’s thriving poetry scene, he established himself … Continue reading

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