About the Book
This imaginary repast of words, cut across a terra incognito of porcelain and useless dragonoid fever, is a feast of dynastic worth, love, and joy ra-ta-ta felt across the shimmering alphabetim of self-hood in a desperate world of unicorn inkwells and blue-tattoo monkeys. An heirloom of hoo-ha refundance straight from the moonshine factory will move like the caterpillar feet of Canton with twixel and twixel.
About the Author
Carrie Chang was born in 1970, in Syracuse, New York. She attended Stanford University, UC-Berkeley and New York University, obtaining her B.A., and M.J. and M.F.A. in English and journalism and creative writing. She has published her own national ethnic magazine, Monolid Magazine, and worked as an Asian American journalist in the arts/political field for almost a decade. Her favorite pastimes include swimming and painting.