Archive for the ‘ Interview ’ Category
Hoa Nguyen reads at the Just Buffalo Writing Center 7:30 PM on Thursday, March 15 with Sasha Steensen and Ryan Kaveh Sheldon.
Hoa Nguyen on the poetics of Fred Wah, her private workshops, Olson, Uranus in earth signs, and writing as a connecting investigation.
In conversation with Paolo Javier for the Poetry Foundation.
“Her poems often use carefully juxtaposed phrases— images, fragments of dialogue, puns—in order to reveal the power structures and ideologies embedded in the seemingly most innocuous of comments and objects.
‘Gather the …
Jacqueline Valencia interviews Hoa Nguyen here.
“What matters to me in poetry is when poetry risks saying something–and addresses the complicated mess that is modernity.”
Recordings of a conversation with and poem by Hoa Nguyen. Text by Shirley Camia:
“The tumultuous period of the Vietnam War finds new meaning in one of the best Canadian poems of the year”
“There’s ever a sense of dailiness in Nguyen’s poems, which are full of life — right now as well as the past. Reading these poems one imagines her dancing around the house …