Carolyn Forche: Poems

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  6. ^ In 1991, the writer Steve Cannon named his newly-incorporated multicultural arts organization (which would eventually include a gallery and a literary magazine) A Gathering of the Tribes, acknowledging Forche's inspiration. See http://www.placematters.net/node/1789
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