Articles tagged Norman Erikson Pasaribu
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Does a face need a mask?

By Norman Erikson Pasaribu and Tiffany Tsao | March 20, 2019 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

In English, you choose to be gender-neutral. In Indonesian, it’s a gift from the language.

The First and Second I & Missing Person | Dua Aku & Orang Hilang

By Cyntha Hariadi and Norman Erikson Pasaribu | March 8, 2019 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

was it a gentle human hand, or black-furred / long-clawed

The Pronoun

By Transpacific Literary Project | March 6, 2019 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

An introduction to the folio, featuring 누가, 네, nhân vật, con, chanh, …, 그 (kû), 님 (nim), 형 (hyeong), tôi, em, chúng ta, một ám ảnh, I, [ ], [who?], 我 (wo), kau, aku, dia, ia, you, and a selfsame similarity

A History-to-Come of Helmbrellas: Their Features and Fates

By Norman Erikson Pasaribu | December 13, 2017 | Asian American Writers' Workshop

Think about it: if rain accumulating above someone / resumes descent, where does it fall?

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