• I Can’t Breathe

    A poem in memory of Eric Garner: “No offense, Officer, if I don’t / take to your charm offensive, or is / it your offensive charm”

    By Luis Francia

  • Elisha Lim: A Way to Draw Others

    Toronto-based graphic novelist Elisha Lim talks about the people behind their latest book 100 Crushes, their Singaporean-Catholic aversion to gluttony, and what jealousy is really about.

    By Anne Ishii

  • Being Watched

    With alluring and peculiar prose and a playfully erratic approach to structure, Ghalib Islam’s debut novel mirrors the anxiety of buckling under the burden of surveillance.

    By Adnan Khan

  • Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement: Four Poems

    “In the smoke, they forget their bare feet / as they see their faces more clearly than ever… No trial can strike down / their small and fragile umbrellas.”

    By Chung Kwok Keung, Tang Siu Wa, Dorothy Tse, and Liu Waitong

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