Presences, Ruins, Silences: Writing from Vietnam
Silence, among Vietnamese authors, seems to have become a compelling tradition.
The passion and blind devotion are no longer. The ending is near.
(Un)contextualizing Underground Poetry: Reimagining a Critical Community
I don't want to put underground poetry into a concrete conflict with mainstream poetry.
A Chair on a Highway on a Rainy Afternoon
a chair standing by itself on a highway means its life is over
The Sitting Woman
I had just finished reading Francoise Sagan’s Bonjour Tristesse and he had imagined me as Odile from André Maurois’ Climats.