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The Grave on the Wall – Brandon Shimoda
January 13, 2020 @ 7:00 pm
Brandon Shimoda’s recent books are The Grave on the Wall (City Lights) and The Desert (The Song Cave). He is currently writing a book on the afterlife of Japanese American incarceration, passages from which have appeared in The Asian American Literary Review, Hyperallergic, The Nation, and The New Inquiry. He is also the curator of the Hiroshima Library, a collection of books on the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, currently installed in the Japanese American National Museum in LA.
The Poet Dot Devota is the author of The Division of Labor (Rescue Press), And The Girls Worried Terribly (Noemi Press), The Eternal Wall (BookThug), Dept. Of Posthumous Letters (Argos Books), and The Whore of Her Grammar (forthcoming from Rescue Press). MW: A Field Guide to the Midwest is her nonfiction novel; excerpts are published in PENAmerica, Denver Quarterly, Poetry, among others. Her most recent book >SHE is autofiction.