Sticking the Landing of the Pandemic in Taiwan
Moving past COVID-zero into a safer future.
by Brian Hioe
I think of my abuelita's stories. These tales often began with a declaration that she’d been born four months after the Titanic set sail. With a laugh, she’d swirl her ever present cup of coffee and add that the ship sank five days later. Meanwhile, she persevered. She said that it was coffee that kept her going.
by Lisa Marie Zapata
A Nigerian Poet’s Dangerous Amorous Episodes
In the traditions that established earlier voices in modern Africa poetry, sociopolitical maladies have remained an arch theme. In the words of Omafune Onoge, what rocks African poetry most is the crisis of consciousness.