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  • Tropicalia
  • Mookie Katigbak-Lacuesta
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  • 24 October 2020
  • 9781922181480

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Mookie Katigbak-Lacuesta ✓ 9 Free download Tropicalia Read & download ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub In 'Tropicalia' two writers one Filipino and one American set off on an unusual collaborative effort entailing the translation of one English to another English allowing two different sensibilities to happen to the same language the same content and ultimately the same poem Using Katigbak Lacuesta's existing text Cannon approached the concept of translation as a creative act than as a transcriptive one She responded to the text in a series of poems which were then re translated into paintings Mookie Katigabak Lacuesta is the author of two poetry collections 'The Proxy Eros' 2008 and 'Burning Houses' 2013 She obtained an MFA from the New School University in 2.

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Mookie Katigbak-Lacuesta ✓ 9 Free download Tropicalia Read & download ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Workshop teaching literature and creative writing at the University of Iowa and working as an editorial assistant to The Iowa Review She was born in Utah and since then has bounced around living making artwork and writing in Oregon Maine Montana Vermont California France Italy and Guatemala She received her bachelor's in poetry and printmaking at the University of Vermont where she self published several chapbooks of silkscreened prints and poems She has also worked as an editorial intern and contributor at McSweeney's uarterly The Believer and The Lucky Peach She has recently been published in Vice The Examined Life Journal Edible magazine and Vol 1 Brookly.

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Mookie Katigbak-Lacuesta ✓ 9 Free download Tropicalia Read & download ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub 002 and has since taught in major universities in Manila fronted a rock band written feature articles a libretto and short fiction She is the editor of Metro Serye a fold out zine featuring new poetry fiction and graphic art in the Philippines She also co edited 'Fast Food Fiction Delivery short short stories to go' an anthology of flash fiction in 2014 Widely awarded she was the Filipino delegate to the 2012 Medellin Poetry Festival In 2015 she completed a writing residency for the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa Frances Cannon is a writer and artist currently pursuing a master's degree in nonfiction and book arts at the Iowa Writer's.