In “Something About Living”, Benjamin Herdeg explores the thoughts and psyche of an aged veteran.
Elina Choi uses eloquent imagery to convey her culture and experience as an Asian woman.
In her poems, Serena Deng explores the powerful intersection of creation, decline, identity, and becoming through memorable imagery and vivid language.
In her poem, Henie Zhang uses powerful and beautiful imagery to capture the moon masterfully.
Min Lee tugs at your heartstrings in this creative non-fiction piece which takes the reader through the journey of a tiger’s life and death.
Grace Hur illustrates the journey towards finding the hidden beauty of emptiness in her powerful and thought-provoking nonfiction piece, “declutter.”
In her poem, “Roots”, Katherine Mallory uses poignant imagery to explore the family dynamics and personal history.
In “Piano Player Fingers”, Yong-Yu Huang evocatively captures the dynamics of sibling and family relationships.
In these two poems by Nathan Lee, visceral and natural imagery is employed to create an authentic picture of teenage life.
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