And though I knew it was someone’s son, I unburied the rooster in the dark and kick-started a fire and roasted it on a spit, my fingers lamping with grease.

By K-Ming Chang
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Poetry

A conversation on Marylyn Tan’s debut poetry collection, Gaze Back, plus a brief interview with the author

Essays

A review of Matthew Olzmann’s Mezzanines

Essays

A new documentary about the famed Chinese artist and dissident focuses on his activism more than it does his art.

Essays

Chinese American writer H.T. Tsiang’s final novel is a Marxist, feminist, pro-immigrant satire of the American Dream. It was published 80 years ago.

Essays

Notes for a hypothetical interview with the author re: Taipei, living in the present, memory, moral responsibility, technology, zen, etc.

Poetry

A conversation on Marylyn Tan’s debut poetry collection, Gaze Back, plus a brief interview with the author

Essays

Chinese American writer H.T. Tsiang’s final novel is a Marxist, feminist, pro-immigrant satire of the American Dream. It was published 80 years ago.

Essays

A review of Matthew Olzmann’s Mezzanines

Essays

Notes for a hypothetical interview with the author re: Taipei, living in the present, memory, moral responsibility, technology, zen, etc.

Essays

A new documentary about the famed Chinese artist and dissident focuses on his activism more than it does his art.