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May 07, 2011


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Oops. I forgot to mark the following as commentary preceding my choices. Mea culpa. I've pasted them below.

Gerald Maa

With this daunting task of choosing five from an ever-expanding multitude,
I gave myself 30 seconds to think of five names with five guiding
limitations: names that have or will show up in The Asian American
Literary Review (I'm still in Rome), and poets not in the continental
United States:

finally, Bao gets some love..

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