for Davey at 16 As you gaze at the falls, unaware that I’m there,I survey your brow’s drop-off, the bluff of your chin,and the stone that bobs high in your neck, sharp and thin;the bright eddies and riffles that play in the hairthat meanders from temple to earlobe to nape;and above all, your eyes, squinting … Read More
1. For daughters of the Vietnamese diaspora, it is not easy to obtain ao dài: the tightly clinging bodice with its high stiff collar, joined by hook-and-eye-type clasper, its long slim raglan sleeves two tubes of whispery silk, must be custom-fitted to the size and contours of the wearer’s neck, arms, thighs. The girl must … Read More
The 2020 Awards Ceremony took place on Saturday June 20th at 4 p.m. Thanks to our winners and judges for taking part! You can view a recording of the event on YouTube below.
It is with happiness and pride that we announce the winners of the 2020 Book Awards. Category 1) (Author may have more than one book) was won by Richard Foerster for Boy on a Doorstep, and Category 2) (Author’s first book) was won by Maya Phillips for Erou. The author of the winning book in … Read More