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Intersecting Circles: the voices of hapa women in poetry and prose



TITLELAST NAMEFIRST NAMEGENREPAGES
(A Woman Began)SmallIrenepoetry278
A Conservative ViewSongCathypoetry246-248
A Drawbridge to a Destroyed HomelandStoutMiraprose217-230
All-American FamilyHoffmanNaneaprose301-312
AllegoryChangDianapoetry294
At the CornerBanggoKathy Dee Kaleokealoha Kaloloahilaniprose66-67
B-League PlayoffYamadaHollyprose100-108
BigmaColorettiApril Meliapoetry263-264
Chonun ("Myself" in Korean)WilliamsLeeartwork273
Christa (excerpt from "A Feather on the Breath of God")NunezSigridprose147-155
ChronicleBerssenbruggeMei-meipoetry141-142
Circling "Hapa"KellerNora Okjaprose17-24
Coal Miner's GranddaughterWilliams-LeonTeresaprose158-182
Confederate SkiesFujitaKarapoetry76-80
Dandelions and SeaweedShimabukuroMira Chiekopoetry145-146
Downtown Hono., T.H.HaraMarie Murphyprose111-131
For My Baby Daughter, Whom I Was Once Afraid to SeeNakashimaCynthiaprose362-367
For Only the Ninety-Sixth Time This Year, Says My Mother: "You Can Fall in Love with Whomever You Want, but Only Mate with Hawaiians"KahanuNoelle Maile Kaluhea Yayoipoetry241-244
Great Grandmother MaudeBrundageKarlapoetry183-185
Green Tea Girl in Orange Pekoe CountryHoustonVelina Hasupoetry109-110
Hair 2TaylorSabrenapoetry376
Hapa Haole Girl (excerpt from "A Little Too Much Is Enough")TyauKathleenprose97-99
His Mother, the Whore (excerpt from "Dogeaters")HagedornJessicaprose47-51
How Do You Talk to a StrangerMcColleyKathleenpoetry44-46
HybridNunesSusan Mihoprose68-73
i do not remember i cannot forgetyapallison k.prose133-137
ImmigrantsDeanDebra Kangpoetry268-269
Ishin DenshinWilliams-LeonTeresapoetry156-157
Life with Ana and EirelanLei-lanilauCarolynpoetry369
Love Can Be ArrangedMcFarlingUsha Leeprose232-240
Luna Moth (excerpt from "Dogeaters")HagedornJessicaprose265-267
Me, Mother and SisterTaylorSabrenaartwork25
MinhGriffinLo Ri Lyprose32-43
Mother and Other Hapa DenialsBacchilegaCristinaprose143-144
Movements in Exile:MaclearKyopoetry356-361
My Mother Sits Like a GeishaKimJacquelynpoetry245
Negotiating the HyphenHaraMarie Murphyprose9-16
Notes from a Fragmented DaughterCreefElena Tajimaprose295-299
Off-WhiteWilliams-LeonTeresapoetry300
On Being Multiracial*Aiprose275-277
On the Half White EirelanLei-lanilauCarolynpoetry368
ReflectionYamashitaJolyn M.poetry203-204
salt and black pepperBrundageKarlapoetry313-316
Second NatureChangDianapoetry74-75
Seeing Her AgainChangDianapoetry292-293
SessionsTienAdrienneprose81-92
Shrinking the UterusSongCathypoetry249-250
StitchesDeanDebra Kangpoetry132
StoriesKatayamaKyokopoetry205-216
Surfing and Other Forms of LovePennybackerMindy Eun Sooprose251-262
The AtlanticHahnKimikopoetry330-331
The Canyon that took the place of a CouchYasudaKimartwork139
The Conquest of KnowingCooperPattyprose319-322
The Evolution of Light & Loneliness: DualityKhoieGelarehartworkcover
The RoomHahnKimikopoetry326-329
The Soprano's Father: A LetterHoustonVelina Hasupoetry317-318
The Television ManSkinnerMichelle Cruzprose52-65
The Weep LineDeanDebra Kangpoetry270-271
To Halve and Halve NotLanceDonna Midori Hokumalamalama Kingprose370-375
To the CoveGuthrie-KupersKimikoprose332-355
TracksBerssenbruggeMei-meipoetry31
UntitledCooperPattypoetry323-325
Walking in the BeastGriffinLo Ri Lyprose186-202
Wanna Be White GirlBrundageKarlapoetry93-96
War Doll HotelDavenportKiana Houghtailingprose279-291
What Are You?ClarkAnne Xuanprose27-30
YomesanIkedaCathy Kanoelanipoetry231