Posts Categorized: Sneak Peek

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42.2 SNEAK PEEK: I LOOKED AT YOU AND I SAID YES by WO CHAN

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Wo Chan is a poet and drag performer. Their chaplet Order the World, Mom was published by Belladonna* in 2016. Wo’s poems appear in POETRY, Mass Review, No Tokens, The Margins, and are further anthologized in Vinegar & Char (University of Georgia Press), Go Home! (Feminist Press), and Bettering American Poetry (Bettering Books). As a member of the Brooklyn-based drag/ burlesque collective Switch N’ Play, Wo has performed at The Whitney Museum of American Art, Joe’s Pub, National Sawdust, and New York Live Arts. Wo was born in Macau, China, and currently lives in New York. You can find them online @ theillustriouspearl (IG) or their website wo.bingo.

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42.2 SNEAK PEEK: SEARCHING FOR RANI by RAKSHA VASUDEVAN

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Raksha Vasudevan is an Indian-Canadian economist and writer. Her essays have appeared in The Colorado Review, the Los Angeles Review of Books, Literary Hub and more. She is at work on a memoir.

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40.1 SNEAK PEEK: AMERICA by NOMI STONE

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Nomi Stone’s second collection of poems, Kill Class, is forthcoming from Tupelo Press in 2019. Poems appear recently or will soon in The New Republic, The New England Review, Tin House, Bettering American Poetry 2017, The Best American Poetry 2016, Guernica, and elsewhere. Kill Class is based on two years of fieldwork she conducted within war trainings in mock Middle Eastern villages erected by the U.S. military across America.

 

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40.1 SNEAK PEEK: excerpt of WE ARE NOT SAINTS by BRENNA WOMER

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Brenna Womer is an MFA candidate at Northern Michigan University where she teaches composition and literature and serves as an associate editor of Passages North. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Normal School, DIAGRAM, The Pinch, Hippocampus, Booth, and elsewhere. Her chapbook Atypical Cells of Undetermined Significance is forthcoming on C&R Press.