Winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize
A National Book Critics Circle Award Finalist
A Griffin Poetry Prize Finalist
A New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice
The poems in Ooga-Booga are about a youthful slave owner and his aging slave, and both are the same man. This is a collection from “the most frightening American poet ever” (Calvin Bedient, Boston Review).
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