Red is the Color of My Night
“The poems and prose in Red is the Color of My Night reflect the often ragged but mostly warm wisdom of a journeyman who witnessed and experienced a life that defies his reserved demeanor and soft-spoken tact.”
Pasckie Pascua weathered a dictatorial regime in the Philippines while beginning his multifaceted media career. After gaining experience with print publications, radio and television, the community organizer moved to New York and then Asheville, eventually publishing community paper The Indie for about a decade. The wordsmith presents his new book with guest poets and musicians at Firestorm.
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