At the door, like a dog. / I waited for love. / The heart / was a station / where evenings stopped.
Queer Palestinian poetry, assassins of Seoul crime fiction, a history of post-1949 Chinese exile, fantastical Afghani-American fables, and the poetics of Filipino American food.
April brings post-Fukushima dystopias, memoirs of the writing life, post-modern meditations on alienation, mythic novels of the Iranian revolution, and more.
Resisting co-opting and assimilation with language, un-fixing meaning, connecting natural disasters, and more.
The writer discusses China before and since Tiananmen, abandoned enemy spies, and how solidarity will build a nation.
Sisters Deanna Fei and Jessica Fei capture the many faces of Flushing: a home, a place of transit, a new territory.