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How To Live Inside A Storm

Lisa Low reads "Girl I want to be in Chinatown," "Still," "How To Live Inside a Storm," and "One Day."


Photo: tpsdave (pixabay)

Super cell storm cloud.

“For many immigrants and children of immigrants in America, our belonging is a kind of longing. It is not as simple as saying that we belong nowhere or we belong everywhere but only that it is somehow precarious, that there is a quiet yearning for, an understanding of, some undefined space ever in the periphery of one’s eye.”
- Jennifer S. Cheng, “Umbrella Poetics”

Lisa Low was born and raised in Maryland. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Drunken Boat, Vinyl, Day One, The Journal, and The Collagist, among others. She lives in Bloomington, Indiana, where she is an MFA candidate at Indiana University.

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