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Yellowbrown Babies for the Revolution

Published in: Hop Luu Literary Journal: The Generation After the War Edited by Nguyen-Vo Thu-huong Volume 69: 1, 2004

FOBulous

Published in: XCP: Cross Cultural Poetics Edited by Mark Nowak College of St. Catherine, No.12, 2003

For Us

Published in: Amerasia Journal: Diaspora & Dimensions Edited by Professor Linda Vo UCLA Asian American Studies Center Press, Volume 29 No.1, 2003

Reverse Racism

Published in: Screaming Monkeys: Critiques of Asian American Images Edited by M. Evelina Galang Coffee House Press, 2003

Ishle Park

If you listen closely, every poem on Bao’s CD is a love poem: rough-edged, raw, and scalding, or quiet enough to break your heart. Much will be said about his fearless politics and his power, but his words are also threaded with humor, humanity, and beauty – my brother is on a mission to keep us all knit tight, and to remind us how we are quilted together in this

Surviving the Translation

Published in: Drumvoices Review: Words from 15 Cities: Poetic Voices of Contemporary Urban Cultures SUIE and EBR Writers Club, 2002 Legacy to Liberation: Writings from Revolutionary Asian America Edited by Fred Ho Big Red Media, 2000

Knick Knacks

Published in: Body of Stories Journal of the Asian American Renaissance Volume 5, 2001

Ode to Dwight Okita

Published in: Asian Pacific American Journal Asian American Writer’s Workshop Volume 9, No. 2, 2001

An Asian Am Anthem

Published in: Bum Rush The Page! Def Poetry Jam Anthology Edited by Tony Medina and Louis Reyes Rivera Three Rivers Press, 2001

Dwight Hobbes

City kids have a hard, often despairing way to go: Thien-bao Phi delivers a lyrical testament to how they do it and still find magic in their world. – Dwight Hobbes, Pulse