Poems à la carte
From Woven Tale Press:
"Glosa on Migration"
"The Jews of Kaifeng"
"On the Recommendation that American Adults Consume No More than One-Quarter Cup of Rice, Twice a Week"
"Savory versus Sweet"
The New Yorker
"An Hour Later, You're Hungry Again"
“The Lazy Susan”
From the Academy of American Poets' Poem-a-Day series:
("Personal History" also appears in
The Trayvon Generation
by Elizabeth Alexander)
Asian American Literature: Discourses & Pedagogies
"I Didn't Know Aiiieeeee, But It Knew Me"
The American Journal of Poetry
"Name That Restaurant"
A poem in response to a poem by Cortney Lamar Charleston at
New England Review:
"Substitutions" and "That Almond Dessert"
From the Asian American Writers' Workshop's
“The Chow-Mein Years in Atlanta”
at Connotation Press: An Online Artifact: “By the Sea,” “Chinese Parsley,” “Mortals”
The New Republic:
Blue Lyra Review:
"Escape from the Old Country"
at the Poetry Foundation.
Electronic Poetry Review
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