Author: Cameron Quan Louie

Cameron Quan Louie lives in Tucson, AZ. A graduate of the University of Washington's MFA program, he has also been a Multiplying Mediums Fellow, winner of the 2017 McLeod-Grobe Prize for Poetry, and 2019 grant recipient from the Arts Foundation for Tucson and Southern Arizona for his poetry and photography series, Domestic. His poems, essays, and erasures appear or are forthcoming in jubilat, The Rumpus, Entropy, Quarterly West, Best New Poets, Asian American Writers Workshop, Sonora Review, Salt Hill, Wendy's Subway, The Spectacle, Hobart, The Gravity of the Thing, Pacifica Literary Review, Fourth Genre, and elsewhere.

Apology Engine
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Apology Engine

Gold Line Press

Moving between ever-proliferating expressions of public and private remorse, Cameron Quan Louieā€™s APOLOGY ENGINE explores moral responsibility, memory, and identity through the fragile, spiraling machinery of the prose poem. Apologies to pets, famil...

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