“Hong’s essays and poems ask how to write about a country’s murderous onset, when the bloody order continues?”—Paul Hlava Ceballos
Writers preview the Seattle Arts & Lectures Poetry Series
The fragrance is sun and grit.
“I thought nature was complicated. I thought everything had been named.”—an essay by Monica Rico
A series of poems by BIPOC poets that engage with birds, curated by Sean Hill.
words by I.S. Jones
art by Gabrielle Bates
Everything holds up a mirror.
The mirror holds up a door.
This is the boy next door discovering
what he wants his voice to do—
Poets explore the intersection of word and image.
“This is a collection about preservation.”—an essay by Luther Hughes