A narrator imagines what role her family might have played in a race massacre—and the generations of silence that followed. A group of Chinese migrant workers, who call themselves New Workers, have been uttering their voices through the medium of literature. Translator Paul Holzman interview Eric Schierloh, who runs a multifaceted cultural artisanry imprint Barba de Abejas, which has released forty-six titles of more than thirty authors, and around 6, books along with 1, chapbooks—each one made by hand and including ancient text to contemporary poetry. Tell us what you think about the current issue or about the website by filling out our form. Subscribe Or donate! Skip to main content.
There's a reason I'm a Creative Writing major and not an English major. Since high school, I've hated having to analyze books and read stuffy old classics. Classics have value, but often we're not reading the good ones. Yet, as part of my major, I've had to take five literature courses and fulfilled a gen-ed literature requirement, and I'm voluntarily taking at least one more. So why would I do this? I'm in my sixth semester of taking literature courses, and I have to say, they haven't been completely terrible.
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