Poetry. Fiction. Literary Nonfiction. Asian American Studies. ENDOU is a Josey Foo primer, including a quixotic allegory of death featuring the three-legged dog Karl Barx in paper cut-out collages, lyric poems, and prose. ENDOU is an original dream in words for "fuel, warmth, sustenance." "Josey's poems are a gift to America's poetry. They are a quilt made of the bleached, handmade patterns of migrant transformation"—Russell Leong.
Josey Foo grew up in Malaysia. She received an AB from Vassar College, an MFA from Brown University, and a JD from the University of Pennsylvania. She is the author of ENDOU and Tomie's Chair and for the past ten years has worked on the Navajo Nation. Her most recent work is the collaboration with Leah Stein, A LILY LILIES, published by Nightboat Books in 2011. Author City: FARMINGTON, NM USA