The Asian American Literary Review just posted a long conversation between me & Timothy Liu. Here are some of its swerves: TL: And your body at what age? Are you fourteen? Thirty-three? Sixty-five? JH: Right. They decided you couldn’t carry your body because after a… Read More
Over at Gazing Grain Press (an inclusive feminist chapbook series), Siwar Masannat and I talked about the epic, humor, politics, and repetition in my (free and not free) chapbook Post Nativity, which sits at the big fat heart of my next book from Black Ocean… Read More
Hey, what? Every 2 years an organ in me thought to be vestigial secretes a story-like substance. This one is called “A Bubble Coming Up Through Rust.” It used to be called “Numbers.” That was a dumb title. Thanks to Zone 3 and Amy Wright… Read More
At the Poetry Instigator Siwar and I discuss process and end by delivering terrible advice for writers.