Lew Rosenbaum

Lew Rosenbaum has been employed as a garment worker, a printer, a social worker, and a history teacher, but for most of his life he has been a bookseller. His post-graduate education has included stints with farm-workers in California’s San Joaquin Valley, travel with health care workers in Cuba, reading Capital with cultural workers, meeting revolutionary writers from around the world, and working alongside Occupy and Light Brigade activists. He is a poet, writes for The People’s Tribune newspaper, edits an on-line newsletter, the Chicago Labor and Arts Notes (http://chilaborarts.wordpress.com/), and is a founding member of the League of Revolutionaries for a New America. He currently lives in Chicago, Illinois.

I, Like You, Am Made of Stars: Matt Sedillo’s Mowing Leaves of Grass

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