“cemetery miss you” by Jason S Polley

Jason S Polley at the Taj Mahal, Agra, India, mid-May 2004. Photo by Maria Fernanda Jaramillo Zapata. . . folder b file 1 0 min 17 sec hash it come in sheet with a stamp every sheet have to be stamp with a company name so you always want the company name its valuable you…

“De-seats” by Tammy Ho Lai-Ming

Seats that I have seen but never sat on. . . ::::: Tammy Ho Lai-Ming is Assistant Professor at the Department of English Language and Literature. She is the administrator of Agora. [Click here to read all entries by or about Tammy.]

“The Pensieve” by Liu Yuwei

Photo by Liu Yuwei. Click image to enlarge. The merry-go-rounds The two merry-go-rounds, sitting apart by the straits, one facing a deserted beach and the other facing rose bushes, had got used to the life they had being sticking to for ages, without realising the existence of the other. . The cobblestones The cobblestones were…

“shivers shove eyelids” by Jason S Polley

“Diptych: Above & Below” by JSP. 28 July 2010. McLeod Ganj, Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, India. shivers shove eyelids up breaking seal abrupt ending fireplace dreams to smell of smiling sun hiking himalayan ridgerange brand newborn days rays misty mystic mountain snow rock and open torii gate guesthouse door reveals curious never idle youthful eyes and…

“Macau Revisited” by Tammy Ho Lai-Ming

[Also see “Macau Impressions”.] Michael: I’ll bet you a dollar I’ve been to the place where you were born. Elsa: Chefoo. Michael: It’s on the China coast. Chefoo. It’s the second wickedest city in the world. Elsa: What’s the first? Michael: Macao. —The Lady from Shanghai (1947), dr. Orson Welles ::::: Tammy Ho Lai-Ming is…

“Macau Impressions” by Tammy Ho Lai-Ming

[Also see “Macau Revisited”.] Last month, I was invited to give a talk (“Betrayal, Mistrust and Contempt: Relationships Between Language and Identity”) and run a poetry workshop at The Script Road: Macau Literary Festival. The following are pictures taken before and during that short trip. ::::: Tammy Ho Lai-Ming is Assistant Professor at the Department of…

“Lily” by Lian-Hee Wee

::::: Lian-Hee Wee is Associate Professor at the Department of English Language and Literature.[Click here to read all entries by or about Lian-Hee.]