Saturday, May 08, 2004

The streets of southwest Chicago, with smokestacks and factories looming in the background, provide the setting for Stuart Dybek's writing. Dybek grew up in the neighborhoods known as "Little Village" and Pilsen. He’s working on a new book of poems called Streets in Their Own Ink. Dybek reads a poem from that collection called “Boundary.” Produced by Edward Lifson.


Edward Lifson

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