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Massachusetts Review
Volume: 59.4 | Year: 2018

Table of Contents:

Anida Yoeu Ali
Reflections
Camp

Hari Alluri
Origin Story

Sarah Audsley
It Was a Yellow Light

Marci Calabretta Cancio-Bello
Opening the Palm

Wo Chan
june 4, 2018: i wish i could wake up and make a sincere apology

Hayan Charara
Self-Portrait as Trees

Chen Chen
Spring
Winter

Suman Chhabra
Movement

Marilyn Chin
Chaos Had No Eyes

Jennifer Kwon Dobbs
Northern Korea Postcard: Driving in South Hwanghae Province

W. Todd Kaneko
Minidoka Was a Concentration Camp in Idaho

Rami Karim
Smile & Nod

Christine Kitano
Heirloom

Hyejung Kook
Quick

Joseph O. Legaspi
In the Tropics

R. Zamora Linmark
The Dictator En Route to His Burial at the National Heroes' Cemetery

Amit Majmudar
Invasive Species
Vocative
Rebirth

Mia Ayumi Malhotra
Ode to Mochi
Origin and Departure

Sally Wen Mao
Ode to Exile
Ode to Elusion
Ode to Estrangement
I will never dance for you

Rajiv Mohabir
Upon Stumbling Across a Bleached Bottlenose Dolphin Carcass at Provincetown
Snakebite

Diana Khoi Nguyen
On Memorial

Hieu Minh Nguyen
Chasm
Yellow Peril
The Boy Who First Fucked Me in High School

Alleliah Nuguid
Kantian Love Story

Ruth Ozeki
thoughts in language

Zohra Saed
Jalalabad Will Never Be JBAD

Viplav Saini
To My Future Lover in Pakistan
How to Raise a Bonsai

Raena Shirali
the mountains speak to the village

Arthur Sze
Ravine

Amy Uyematsu
The Older, the More

Saymoukda Duangphouxay Vongsay
To the Gentleman Who Catcalls Me Without Fail Every Morning on My Way to Work

Arhm Choi Wild
13th Anniversary

Shelley Wong
My Therapist Asks If I Would Be Happier If I Were Straight

Jane Wong
A Cosmology

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Joseph O. Legaspi
In the Tropics

 

Amit Majmudar
Invasive Species; Vocative; Rebirth

 

Sally Wen Mao
Ode to Exile; Ode to Elusion; Ode to Estrangement; I will never dance for you

 

Diana Khoi Nguyen
On Memorial

 

Hieu Minh Nguyen
Chasm; Yellow Peril; The Boy Who First Fucked Me in High School

 

Raena Shirali
the mountains speak to the village

 

Arthur Sze
Ravine

 

Jane Wong
A Cosmology