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Hao is “the most common word in Chinese, a ubiquitous syllable people utter and hear all the time, which is supposed to mean good. But what is hao in this world, where good books are burned, good people condemned, meanness considered a good trait, violence good conduct? People say hao when their eyes are marred with suspicion and dread. They say hao when they are tattered inside.”

  • "Milk," The Threepenny Review, Issue 147 2016   Winner of Pushcart Prize 2018

  • "A Drawer," Gulf Coast, Vol. 28. Issue 2 2016    Pushcart Prize Special Mention 2018

  • "To Say," Denver Quarterly, Vol. 51. No. 2 2017  Pushcart Prize Special Mention 2019

  • "Wings," The Bitter Oleander, Vol. 23. No. 2 2017

  • "Hao," The Georgia Review, Fall/Winter 2018  

         Winner of Pushcart Prize 2020

  • "Crazy English," TriQuarterly,  Winter/Spring 2019

  • "Signs," Conduit, Issue 29 Spring 2019

  • "Wenchuan," The Bitter Oleander, Vol. 26. No. 1 2020

  • "Anchor Baby," Michigan Quarterly Review,    Summer, 2021

  • "Stars," Electric Lit, September, 2021

  • "Sun and Moon," Lit HubSeptember, 2021

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