Beauty and Truth: A Fantasy for Realists
Beauty and Truth: A Fantasy for Realists. San Diego. Self-published by author, 1982 [12 pg.] staplebound chapbook, 5.5 x 8.5 inches, very good. Poems in personas of a merchant, his daughter, and a prince. Illustrated with art by Evie Tirado.
- Publication: 1982
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Biographical / Historical
Curo is a Quaker activist and writier who is particularly involved in caring and speaking for people in San Diego who are experiencing homelessness. Tirado is an artist currently based out of New York.
Staplebound chapbook self-published by Forrest Curo, illustrated by Evie Tirado.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Very good, staplebound.
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