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May is officially designated as Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, a time to celebrate Americans of Asian and Pacific heritage. Celebrate by reading poems by contemporary Asian American and Pacific American writers below. For more poems, audio, videos, essays, and books related to Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, visit our Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month page.
|2017||Self-Portrait, New City Replicant||Ching-In Chen|
|2017||My Father’s Family Fasts the Slaughter to Feast the Arrival of His Bride||Sasha Pimentel|
|2017||Sea Change||Sasha Pimentel|
|2017||Touched by Dusk, We Know Better Ourselves||Sasha Pimentel|
|2017||Portrait in Graphite and Ornamental Hagiography||C. Dale Young|
|2017||from Notes on the Shape of Absence||Celina Su|
|2017||Barbie Chang Got Her Hair Done||Victoria Chang|
|2017||Barbie Chang Loves Evites||Victoria Chang|
|2017||How Alone Barbie Chang's Mother||Victoria Chang|
|2017||The War in Colors||Dunya Mikhail|