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If They Come for Us
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Book - 2018
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The Galleons, by Rick Barot
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In The Galleons, Rick Barot contextualizes the immigrant journey of his Filipino-American family in the larger history and aftermath of colonialism. In The Galleons, Rick Barot contextualizes the immigrant journey of his Filipino-American family in the larger history and aftermath of colonialism. Show less
Some Say the Lark, by Jennifer Chang
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Chang's poems narrate grief and loss, and intertwines them with hope for a fresh start in the midst of new beginnings. With topics such as frustration wit...Show more Chang's poems narrate grief and loss, and intertwines them with hope for a fresh start in the midst of new beginnings. With topics such as frustration with our social and natural world, these poems openly question the self and place and how private experiences like motherhood and sorrow necessitate a deeper engagement with public life and history. Show less
All Heathens
Poems
Book - 2020
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Hybrida
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eBook - 2019
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Obit
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Book - 2020
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When I Grow Up I Want To Be A List Of Further Possibilities, by Chen Chen
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In this ferocious and tender debut, Chen Chen investigates inherited forms of love and family-the strained relationship between a mother and son, the cost...Show more In this ferocious and tender debut, Chen Chen investigates inherited forms of love and family-the strained relationship between a mother and son, the cost of necessary goodbyes-all from Asian American, immigrant, and queer perspectives. Holding all accountable, this collection fully embraces the loss, grief, and abundant joy that come with charting one's own path in identity, life, and love. Show less
DMZ Colony
Book - 2020
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Soft Science, by Franny Choi
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Soft Science explores queer, Asian American femininity. A series of Turing Test-inspired poems grounds its exploration of questions not just of identity, ...Show more Soft Science explores queer, Asian American femininity. A series of Turing Test-inspired poems grounds its exploration of questions not just of identity, but of consciousness-how to be tender and feeling and still survive a violent world filled with artificial intelligence and automation. Show less
Dance Dance Revolution
Poems
Book - 2007
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The Sun and Her Flowers
Book - 2017
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Not My White Savior, by Julayne Lee
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A provocative and furious memoir in poems about race, culture, identity and what it means to be an inter-country adoptee in America. A provocative and furious memoir in poems about race, culture, identity and what it means to be an inter-country adoptee in America. Show less
The City in Which I Love You
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Book - 1990
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Isako Isako, by Mia Ayumi Malhotra
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Isako Isako follows a single family lineage spanning four generations of female Japanese Americans to explore the chilling historical legacies of cultural...Show more Isako Isako follows a single family lineage spanning four generations of female Japanese Americans to explore the chilling historical legacies of cultural trauma-internment, mass displacement and rampant racism-in the United States, and how it weaves together with current events. Show less
Oceanic, by Aimee Nezhukumatathil
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With inquisitive flair, Aimee Nezhukumatathil creates a thorough registry of the earth's wonderful and terrible magic. In her fourth collection of poetry, she studies forms of love as diverse and abundant as the ocean itself. With inquisitive flair, Aimee Nezhukumatathil creates a thorough registry of the earth's wonderful and terrible magic. In her fourth collection of poetry, she studies forms of love as diverse and abundant as the ocean itself. Show less
Ghost of
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Not Here
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Thousand Star Hotel
Book - 2017
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Tonguebreaker, by Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha
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Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha continues her excavation of working-class queer brown femme survivorhood and desire. Tonguebreaker is about surviving the...Show more Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha continues her excavation of working-class queer brown femme survivorhood and desire. Tonguebreaker is about surviving the unsurvivable: living through hate crimes, the suicides of queer kin, and the rise of fascism while falling in love and walking through your beloved's Queens neighborhood. Show less
Nightingale
Book - 2019
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Letters To A Young Brown Girl, by Barbara Jane Reyes
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Barbara Jane Reyes answers the questions of Filipino American girls and young women of color with bold affirmations of hard-won empathy, fierce intelligen...Show more Barbara Jane Reyes answers the questions of Filipino American girls and young women of color with bold affirmations of hard-won empathy, fierce intelligence, and a fine-tuned B.S. detector. The Brown Girl of these poems is fed up with being shushed, with being constantly told how foreign and unattractive and unwanted she is. She's flipping tables and throwing chairs. She's raising her voice. She's keeping a sharp focus on the violence committed against her every day, and she's writing through the depths of her "otherness" to find beauty and even grace amidst her rage. Show less
That Was Now, This Is Then
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Book - 2020
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Book - 2016
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Grief Sequence, by Prageeta Sharma
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Offering a series of poems rooted in the profoundly narrative yet disorienting experience of losing a loved one, Prageeta Sharma, in Grief Sequence, summo...Show more Offering a series of poems rooted in the profoundly narrative yet disorienting experience of losing a loved one, Prageeta Sharma, in Grief Sequence, summons all of her resources in order to attempt any semblance, poetic or otherwise, of clear sense in trauma. In doing so she shows that grief, frustrating to logic and yet as real as any experience we might know, is ripe for the sort of intellectual and emotional processing of which poetry is most capable. Show less
Even This Page Is White, by Vivek Shraya
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A bold and timely interrogation of skin, its origins, functions, and limitations. Poems that range in style from starkly concrete to limber break down the...Show more A bold and timely interrogation of skin, its origins, functions, and limitations. Poems that range in style from starkly concrete to limber break down the barriers that prevent understanding of what it means to be racialized. Shraya paints the face of everyday racism with words, rendering it visible, tangible and undeniable. Show less
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