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FERNANDO ESTEBAN FLORES : Chapter Fifty-three
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Chapter One hundred twenty-eight feom Dreaming in Noir ©2016 published with permission of the poet. Poet's note: the trigger for this poem is Man Ray's photograph titled: Le Violon d' Ingres which is a visual pun in itself. Man Ray was best know for his contributions to the Surrealist movement. This poem is a reaction & response to that. '
Fernando Esteban Flores Is a native Texan residing in San Antonio, graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Arts in English and has taught writing at various San Antonio secondary schools. He is widely published in the Texas Observer, SA Express-News, RiverSedge, Houston Poetry Fest Anthology, the San Antonio Current, Voices de la Luna, The Americas Review, The Maverick Press, Written with a Spoon: a Poet’s Cookbook (an anthology of poetry and recipes by Sherman-Asher Press, Santa Fe, NM), “Is This Forever or What?”(Green Willow Books,Naomi Nye, editor—an imprint of Harper Collins), The Americas Review; nominated for a Pushcart Prize in poetry.