Writing • Video

Poems and prose have been published in print and online, including in Beloit Poetry Journal, Best American Poetry blog, Discover Nikkei, Kyoto Journal, The Margins (Asian American Writers’ Workshop), Mixed Roots Stories, Pequod, the Poetry Foundation, Poetry Kanto, Prairie Schooner, Salamander, Watershed Review, and Zócalo Public Square.

Following are a few links to my writing that appear online:

POEMS

Poem-a-Day plus three poems from The Darkened Temple at the Poetry Foundation
Link to the poems

Two poems at Nikkei Uncovered, a poetry column at Discover Nikkei
Link to the poems

Three poems (from The Darkened Temple) at The Margins
Asian American Writers’ Workshop
Link to the poems

Three poems in MiPOesias, edited by Emma Trelles
Link to the site

“End of Empire”
at Driftless Review
Link to the poem

Three poems at A Poetry Congeries with John Hoppenthaler
Connotation Press: An Online Artifact
Link to the poems

Five poems (from The Darkened Temple)
at Gwarlingo‘s Sunday Poem Series
Link to the poems

Three poems (from The Darkened Temple)
at Poem of the Week
Link to the poems

“The Gate”
at Zocalo Public Square
Link to the poem

“One Day It Appeared On the Horizon and, After a While, It Was Here”
at Zocalo Public Square
Link to the poem

Three poems at Connotation Press: An Online Artifact
Link to the poem

Three poems (from The Darkened Temple)
at Poetry Kanto
Link to the poems

“The Bush Warbler Laments to the Woodcutter” (from The Darkened Temple)
at Yomimono
Link to the poem

PROSE

“An Osaka Summer” at Discover Nikkei, September 25, 2017
Link to the post

“Liminality as Inheritance: On Being Mixed and Third Culture” at Mixed Roots Stories, October 7, 2015:
Link to the post

“To Live Without Answers: Kore-eda Hirokazu’s Maboroshi” at Best American Poetry blog, March 6, 2015:
Link to the post

“My Borderlands: Location of Potent Unresolve” at Best American Poetry blog, March 5, 2015:
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“Malinda Markham: Felt Intelligence, Compassionate Interiority” at Best American Poetry blog, March 4, 2015:
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“One Must Have a Mind of Spring” at Best American Poetry blog, March 3, 2015:
Link to the post

“Our Father in the Wind: Remembering Philip Levine” at Best American Poetry blog, March 2, 2015:
Link to the post

“On Letting Go” at Door Number Two, February 6, 2015
Link to the essay

My essay on waiting tables at Best American Poetry blog’s “Ready to Serve,” January 30, 2015:
Link to the essay

“Japan, ever-present: Reflections on memory, culture, history, and hybridity in the wake of Japan’s earthquake and tsunami” at Prairie Schooner‘s blog, March 24, 2011:
Link to the essay

VIDEO

Reading “Anju, From the Far World” at the San Francisco Asian Art Museum on June 28, 2012: 
Link to the video

Reading “The Bush Warbler Laments to the Woodcutter” at the Sacramento Poetry Center on August 24, 2009:
Link to the video

 
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