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“The Liberation of the Peon”

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Collaborators’ Q&A: Artist Millian Giang Pham: It was the idea of reading an image that got me started with combining words with images. Poet Barbara de la Cuesta: I love the different glimpses into parts of the painting that reflect images in the poem.

Poet Barbara de la Cuesta is the author of the poetry collection Rosamundo. Her novel Rosa won a Human Relations Indie Award. Artist Millian Giang Pham is a visual artist and educator who focuses on many modes of visual art perception in her practice.

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