KITH

“This monumental work shifts shapes, not for virtuosity’s sake—though virtuosic it is—but as one takes up an array of instruments for an intricate undertaking. Quandary: How not to ‘become a jingle of anklets’ the colonizer desires? Perhaps by being a jangle of them. Kith is that dissonance composed; it sounds bitter, tender, and utterly necessary.” —Douglas Kearney

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Readings// Lectures

UPCOMING EVENTS Fall 2018 NOV 14// WILMINGTON, NC University of North Carolina Wilmington, with José Felipe Alvergue OCT 04 2018// NEW YORK CITY Asian American Writers Workshop, with  Shiv Kotecha and Rahel Aima OCT 04 2018// NEW YORK CITY Pratt Institute, Seminar, with Christian Hawkey OCT 03 2018// NEW YORK CITY The Poetry Project, with […]

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