In this extremely sweet yet bitter poem, Chloe Basch unravels what her unique name means to her.
Jude Wong's poem tells a story of place and self that hooks the reader in its visceral details and places us in
William Bittner uses witty language and imagery to convey a message about culture through his poem, "This Isn't Worth the Ink."
With precision of language and skillful flourishing details, readers can to peer into the world of Michael Nguyen's remarkable poem, "what the
The sharp and unnerving precision of image in Lydia Bae's poem leaves a lasting impression on readers.
These three poems, though all distinctively unique from one another, share the message of familial bonds. Eric Pak writes in a compelling
Our heads were meant to be upside down but instead, we published our brains to the moon. I rejected the softness of
Gabrielle Beck masterfully crafts a story of a grandfather through the lens of his granddaughter by exploring themes of memory, pain, and
Cassandra Hartt, The Sea is Salt and So Am I, hardcover $18.99, ISBN: 987-1-250-61924-2 The Sea is Salt and So Am I,
CA Russegger gracefully expresses death with uncertainty and paints an image of desperation as a beautiful slow decline.
In this poem, Caroline Adams captures an enriching moment of time through sensory and visually pleasing imagery.
Jeannie Kim explores culture, belonging, and family in her gorgeous poem, "this is summer."
Caroline Rubin explores self, youth, and art in her beautifully crafted, rich poems.
CA Russegger writes an intimate poem surrounding the connection between Japanese literature and their grandfather carried in three sections.
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. Visual Art by: Woohyung "Garfield" Jung