San Francisco: Editorial Poco-Che, 1980. First Edition.
Octavo (8 1/4 x 5 1/4 inches; 209 x 132 mm), 138,  pages, in red photo-illustrated wrappers (soft cover).
INSCRIBED by Roberto Vargas on the front end paper: "To all people in struggle / Love, Roberto '81." And a bonus inscription: musician Tito Puente has inscribed a napkin from the North Beach Restaurant in San Francisco. The napkin and a newspaper clipping about Vargas are laid in.
Radical poems and prose by Roberto Vargas, who was born in Nicaragua, grew up in San Francisco, and became a political activist and diplomat working for the Sandinista government. Most of the contents are in English. One of 1,500 copies of the first edition issued by Editorial Poco-Che, a San Francisco-based Latino publishing collective.
CONDITION: Some light edge wear to the wrappers and a bit of soiling to the top and fore edges. Offsetting to front end paper from a newspaper clipping. Internally, soiling to a couple of pages but otherwise bright and unmarked. A Very Good copy. Item #1753