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Five Poems by Sam Cha

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The second book in our second Five Poems series features work by Sam Cha. Cha’s incisive intellect takes on big questions about identity, celebrity and heritage with a balancing warmth and humor. In “Eleven”, Cha writes “That was the summer for dragonflies,/which were pieces of sky I believed/I could keep.” This chapbook is a dragonfly-eye view of Cha’s world: complex, faceted and entirely beautiful.

Table of Contents

  • Not General Gao’s
  • Eleven
  • Franco-stina
  • Telegrams
  • Haiku on Poets and Fame

About the Author

Sam Cha did his MFA at UMass Boston. He’s been published in a good number of places—most recently over at DIAGRAM, Rattle Poets Respond, Missouri Review Poem of the Week, and RHINO. He lives, writes, edits, and teaches in Cambridge, MA.