Poetry. Asian American Studies. Kimiko Hahn's first poetry collection, Air Pocket, served notice that an important new voice was making itself heard. EARSHOT, Hahn's second book, picks up where Air Pocket left off. Jessica Hagedorn writes that Hahn's latest work is "[a] sensual maze of language and startling imagery. Hahn's poetry intoxicates you with her sexual passion, her rigorous intelligence, and the luminous quality of her writing." Jack Hirschman comments that "Hahn's new collection, even more concentrated in content than Air Pocket, covers all bases: from first, to the keystone, to the dialectical hot corner to home. Kisses pumped up from the left ventricle."