Woodcuts by Samuel Miranda

By SAMUEL MIRANDA

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San Lazaro woodcut

 San Lazaro

 

Samuel Miranda is a poet, teacher, and visual artist. He is originally from the Bronx, but has made his home in Washington, D.C. He is the author of Departure, a chapbook published by Central Square Press. His poetry has been published in print and online journals and anthologies and has been translated into Spanish.

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Woodcuts by Samuel Miranda

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