“There were so many revelations I could only have reached through the process of putting memories on paper.” —Elizabeth Miki Brina, author of Speak, Okinawa
The author of When I Grow Up I Want to Be a List of Further Possibilities embraces and develops a queer Asian American poetics.
The author of When I Grow Up I Want to Be a List of Further Possibilities traces his origins as a poet.
“I am never without pen and paper.” —Erica Hunt, author of Jump the Clock
“You may not see it, but I am always writing.” —Heid E. Erdrich, author of Little Big Bully
The author of Each of Us Killers explains why reading and writing are forms of translation.
“I write sporadically and edit often.” —francine j. harris, author of Here Is the Sweet Hand
A translator examines the many shapes a language can take, and how cultural influence and interpretation can affect the translation process.
Merriam-Webster’s editor-at-large, Peter Sokolowski, discusses how the popular dictionary is driven by both definitions and data, and reveals the 2017 Word of the Year: feminism.
Two of the most dynamic poets writing today, both with new collections out, explore issues of poetry and craft, aesthetics and language, luxury and yearning, drag and systematic repression.