Press, a small local publisher, supports experimental writing in the Pacific. Their new collection of Euro-American writing in Hawai’i should get people talking both about
formal aspects of writing, and about race. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports.
Find a copy of Jack London is Dead: Contemporary
Euro-American Poetry of Hawai’i at Native Books/Na Mea Hawai'i, the UH Manoa bookstore, and through Tinfish Press. Writers from this volume will read their work Monday, February 18th,
7:30pm at Fresh Café. The event is free,
all ages, and part of a monthly gathering called Mixing Innovative Arts.
In the extended version of the on-air story, Susan Schultz, Jaimie Gusman, and Scott Abels reflect on the experiences that shape their perception of being white in Hawai'i, and how Hawai'i has affected their work.