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The Horse’s Name Was Friday

The Horse’s Name Was Friday

A creative exploration of understanding oneself through one’s physical body. Take a look into the nature of symbols using personal accounts, family history, and the work of Umberto Eco. It is, above all, a personal confession told through the eyes – or perhaps terrifying mouth – of girlhood.

Napoleon

Napoleon

A young boy wakes up one day to find that everything he touches turns into Napoleon.

Persian Looney Tunes

Persian Looney Tunes

Torn between the constraints of old tradition and the radical modernism in a box set of Looney Tunes dvd’s brought to him by a cousin visiting from Miami, Amir reconciles the tension of his background within intransigent, punk art.

Luck is a Funny Thing

Luck is a Funny Thing

Caitlin Taylor So retells the stories her grandpa told her about the Vietnam War, from her perspective as his granddaughter. Reflecting on what these stories mean to her, she connects them to her annual Lunar New Year wishes to her grandparents. She grapples with how it is possible to give back to your elders when they have given you everything.

a collection

I’ve been compiling many of my poems from old notebooks to create a book of life. Like a memoir but in poems. These are a few of the recent ones.

Rainfall

Rainfall

A short fictional piece in which two people debate about whether a painting of the real world is of any merit or significance.