I was very happy to receive this Cha International Journal Review Swimming in Hong Kong in Cha International Literary Journal review. Since it’s a person familiar with Hong Kong, I’m interested learning about their own experiences in this this type of urban construction. Reviewer Kate Rogers — I so appreciate her […]
As we move forward with questions about how we navigate a global economy and a different idea of self and community, I thought I would post this very brief explanation of POLYCULTURALISM.
I was glad to see this Swimming in Hong Kong review in East West Notes! Thank you, Amanda! It’s always interesting for me to see what stories seem to resonate with people–how and why they read. I’m also simply grateful if anyone takes time out of their lives to connect […]
I attended the AWP (Associated Writing Programs) conference and spoke on two panels. But the real highlight for me was seeing Renee Simms and attending the launch of her book Meet Behind Mars (Wayne State University Press, 2018). I posted this on FB several weeks ago, so the words below […]