Jessica tarahata hagedorn was born and raised in manila philippines in 1949 with her background a scots irish french filipino mother and a filipino spanish father with one chinese ancestor hagedorn adds a unique perspective to asian american performance and literature her mixed media style . Your impossible voice publishes brash and velvety new work from around the world were looking for quality fiction nonfiction poetry translations and more we like urgency innovation intelligence and risk were interested in what language can do and in challenging our own preconceptions. The debut issue of your impossible voice features new work from guggenheim fiction fellow jessica hagedorn set in san franciscos gritty tenderloin district new poems from pushcart prize winner gillian conoley newly translated work from award winning salvadoran author horacio castellanos moya and poetry from oaklands own cave canem winner and california book awards finalist arisa white
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