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Author: Cynthia Arrieu-King

Cynthia Arrieu-King is the author of 6 books of poems including CONTINUITY (Octopus Books, 2021), FUTRUELESS LANGUAGES (Rasiator Press, 2018), MANIFEST (Switchback Books, 2013), and PEOPLE ARE TINY IN PAINTINGS OF CHINA (Octopus Books, 2010).

The Betweens
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The Betweens

Noemi Press

Literary Nonfiction. Asian & Asian American Studies. In THE BETWEENS, Arrieu-King builds an experimental memoir from prose blocks: ones about microaggressions, scientific facts, as well as metaphors from art, history, and textile arts. In this book ...

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Continuity
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Continuity

Octopus Books

Poetry. "Cynthia Arrieu-King's beautiful new book manages to feel written on the occasion of both a birth and a death, and perhaps it means to remind us that the passage of time necessitates both, as it brims with energy and elegy at once. I love th...

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FUTURELESS LANGUAGES
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FUTURELESS LANGUAGES

Radiator Press

Poetry. "You have no future because you are in it. And so, what is now? What does it feel like, what is its real language? Is someone or something dying, going on, or gone? Cynthia Arrieu-King is a gifted, present poet, but I forget her, reading thi...

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Manifest
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Manifest

Switchback Books

Poetry. Winner of the 2011 Gatewood Prize selected by Harryette Mullen. "MANIFEST makes me stop reading and recite poems to whoever is sitting next to me, be it a friend, a stranger, or a tinfoil factory. It's not only the beauty of the images and l...

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People Are Tiny in Paintings of China
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People Are Tiny in Paintings of China

Octopus Books

Poetry. "I can't remember when a book of poems has invited such an attentive reading as Cindy King's marvelous first volume, PEOPLE ARE TINY IN PAINTINGS OF CHINA. Each poem, a descent through shifting strata of syntax and history, requires a sustai...

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