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The years spent listening to and writing about jazz and Afro-Caribbean music have led to an awareness of the value of that music, and of poetry in alignment with it. The Cuban musicologist Fernando Ortiz wrote: "It isn't a music of 'entertainment' at the edge of daily life; it is a precise aesthetic version of all of Life in its transcendental moments."
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Decades of teaching all forms of writing and literary appreciation and humanities. Worked as a "Writer-in-the-Schools" in West Virginia and Idaho. Author of six books of poetry, a study of Gertrude Stein, and a history of jazz with an African slant.
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