by Cranston Knight
Chronicling the lives of an African American soldier, his Vietnamese lover, and their child, this poetry collection deals painfully and poignantly with the reality of the Vietnam war.
Cranston Knight is a professor of history at Malcolm X Community College in Chicago. He is the author of several collections of poetry, including La Brigada: Spain 1936–1939 and On the Borders of Hiroshima: I Heard a Rumor of War.
Paperback: 40 pages