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An Interview With Gerard Wozek, Author of A Little Wounded But On Fire

A Little Wounded But On Fire (Tebot Bach, 2022) is a book of creation. In this poetic memoir, author Gerard Wozek goes beyond the point of self-discovery by assuming a more active role in his own self-making. This act becomes necessary for a boy adopted into a Midwest Catholic family that does not cherish his …

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Alien of Extraordinary Ability: Help Neil Aitken Get His Green Card

[UPDATE: 3/9/17] I recently received word that my petition to be recognized as an Alien of Extraordinary Ability has been granted!!  Q: Does this mean I have a green card? A: No, not yet. This means that I have been given permission to apply for a green card as a self-employed artist/writer. Getting to this …

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Richard Oyama: The Poet as Comedian

Richard Oyama has published his poetry, reviews, fiction and creative nonfiction in Premonitions: The Kaya Anthology of New Asian North American Poetry, The Nuyorasian Anthology, Breaking Silence, Dissident Song, A Gift of Tongues, Malpais Review, Mas Tequila Review, Cultural Weekly and other small presses and literary publications. The Country They Know (Neuma Books) is his …

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Lee Rossi: Three Poems

Lee Rossi is the author of Wheelchair Samurai, his latest book. His poems, reviews and interviews have appeared in The Sun, Poetry Northwest, The Beloit Poetry Journal, and The Southern Poetry Review. He is a staff reviewer and interviewer for the online magazine Pedestal. ***** No Face If he had a face, it would include his mother’s ears, …

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