Stranger in Town (City Lights Spotlight #4) (Paperback)

By Cedar Sigo

City Lights Publishers - City Lights Publishe, 9780872865365, 79pp.

Publication Date: September 14, 2010

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Description

The fourth installment of our Spotlight poetry series, Stranger in Town is the second full-length collection by San Francisco poet Cedar Sigo. Reflecting queer identity while eschewing all clich's, Stranger in Town exudes an urban mysticism redolent of the SF Renaissance--particularly John Weiners--as it collages the fragmented experiences of contemporary culture.

Born in 1978 on the Suquamish Indian Reservation in Washington state, Cedar Sigo studied at Naropa under Anne Waldman and Lisa Jarnot. His first book, Selected Writings (2003), was reprinted in a revised edition in 2005. A writer on art, literature and film, Sigo recently blogged for SFMOMA's Open Space.



About the Author

Cedar Sigo was born in 1978 on the Suquamish Indian Reservation in Washington State. He obtained an MFA from the Naropa Institute, studying poetry under Anne Waldman and Lisa Jarnot. After moving to San Francisco in 1999, Sigo published his first book, Selected Writings, with Ugly Duckling Presse. He writes on art and literature and recently blogged for SFMOMA.