Articles tagged Don Mee Choi
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A Poetry of Deranged Witness: Don Mee Choi’s Hardly War

By Sukjong Hong | December 20, 2017 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

What gets lost in translation in the myth of American benevolence during the Korean War

The Vanishing Point: Writers Speak to Kim Hyesoon’s Poetry in Translation

By Joyelle McSweeney and Johannes Göransson | June 23, 2016 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

“It seems that reading Kim Hyesoon in English and from the United States entails a radical re-positioning of one’s reading perspective, from imperial center to the vanishing point.”

An Expelled Tongue: Translating Kim Hyesoon

By Emily Yoon | June 16, 2015 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

Poet Don Mee Choi discusses the myth of fluency and what happens when translation is allowed to be hysterical

Kim Hyesoon: Two Poems

By Kim Hyesoon | June 16, 2015 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

How scared God must have been / when the woman who ate all the fruit of the tree he’d planted / was cutting out each red body from / between her legs

Refusal=Intervention

By Eunsong K. & Don Mee Choi | March 7, 2014 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

“Asian American Poetry” is not a manageable category—it is not a list.

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