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[Editors’ Note: Part 1 of Tina Bartolome’s “On Becoming an Ex-Writer: A Personal Essay,” can be found here. Below is part 2.] At one of the Tuesday night UZN meetings, one of the breakdancers brought a young woman to the meeting he had met while playing his boombox on the sidewalk. G was visiting from Read More …

Tina Bartolome: On Becoming an Ex-Writer: A Personal Essay (Part 1)

[Editors’ Note: We will be featuring Tina Bartolome’s essay, “On Becoming an Ex-Writer,” in two parts. Below is part 1.] I was eighteen when it happened. Until then, I wasn’t unlike many teenagers who had relied on journal writing as my main floatation device through the turbulent ocean of adolescence. I knew that writing had Read More …

Margaret Rhee: The Meaning of Smog: Fragmented Reflections on Translation from a Korean Diasporic Subject

The Meaning of Smog: Fragmented Reflections on Translation from a Korean Diasporic Subject: in process-transition-translation “6. My friend, unentertained but interested, asked that I stop and just translate. So I did.” – Padcha Tuntha-obas, Trespasses “It is not the actual translation or even the state of translatability between the two texts that is intriguing but Read More …

Rebecca Mabanglo-Mayor: Saying Yes: The Making of Pause Mid-Flight

About two years ago I found myself in the very uncomfortable position of being thankful for a spammer. Spammers are everywhere imposing their hidden agendas in our private spaces. Yet, if a spammer hadn’t hit every entry in my blog, wordbinder.blogspot.com, my chapbook Pause Mid-Flight would never have been created. I could have left the Read More …

When You Say Map by David Keali’i

When You Say Map After Craig Santos Perez and E. Rose Sims i. When you say map I first hear it as verb – the actions of lines and colors                                           words and measurement                                           –     I, you, he, she, we map                                                                            mapped                                                                            is/was/were mapping. Then I look up. Remember clouds and stars. Not all maps Read More …