Marlon B Evans Photo

Poet Marlon B. Evans was born on October 8, 1952 and left this world on July 28, 2009. Wendy Burk: Marlon was Tohono O’odham and Akimel O’odham, Desert and River People. He received a B.S. from Rochester Institute of Technology and a B.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Arizona. He had just completed his first year of graduate work in the University of Arizona American Indian Studies Program, with an emphasis in poetry and media arts.

When I think about Marlon, I think about the poems he wrote, and also the poems he had not yet written. We can’t know what those poems would be. But you can read a feature on Marlon’s work in the Fall 2007 issue of Red Ink Magazine, a journal of Native voices that was very close to his heart. And thanks to Marlon’s good friend Eric Mache, you can watch a video of Marlon reciting his poem “A Eurocentric Memoir.”

Marlon surrounded himself with a circle of other writers and artists, as talented and unforgettable as he was. Here, a few of them share their work in tribute to our friend Marlon Evans.


SCROLL DOWN! for new writing by ! Ryan Bartlett ! Steffi Drews ! Bhanu Kapil !IMG_0892

THANKS SO MUCH, for reading and writing and Trevor for bringing us these poems; I hope you all like the way they look! +V

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MAURICE BURFORD ! SHARON ZETTER ! BEN PRICKETT ! and this months currator SARA MUMOLO ! Thanks Sara and thanks for Reading +V.

IMG_0256Scroll Down for this months writing brought to us by Craig Santos Perez and come back for  guest curators Sara Mumolo, Saturday June 27th and Trevor Calvert, Saturday August 29th. Also, look out for some new Pages! As always, looking for new writing.

Thanks Craig :]

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