Poetry.how can we say wordsto each other when each only shades into difference?i push myself intoyour palate. tu m'y attends. this absolves meof context, this unpins thought from tidy rows.
Genève/Geneva Chao is the author of ONE OF US IS WAVE ONE OF US IS SHORE (Otis Books | Seismicity Editions, 2016), A Discours Amoureux in French and English, and HILLARY IS DREAMING (Make Now Press, 2016), an imagined dream journal of Hillary Rodham Clinton during the 2016 primary season. She is the translator of Gérard Cartier's TRISTRAN (Make Now Press/lx press, 2015) and, with François Luong, of Nicolas Tardy's ENCRUSTED ON THE LIVING (Make Now Press/lx press, 2015). She translated pieces by Christophe Tarkos for the collection MA LANGUE EST POéTIQUE (Roof Books, 2001) and pieces by Yves Di Manno for REVIEW OF TWO WORLDS: FRENCH AND AMERICAN POETRY IN TRANSLATION (Otis Books | Seismicity Editions, 2005). Her work has appeared in Mission at Tenth, Boxkite, Boston Review, n/a literary journal, New American Writing, The L.A. Telephone Book, (Satellite) Telephone, Diagram, Can We Have Our Ball Back?, Boog City, and other journals.Author City: LOS ANGELES, CA USA