Song I Sing

Now Available → Designed, published and available for purchase via Coffee House Press. A rhapsodic exploration of immigration, race, and class by Vietnamese American phenom and National Poetry Slam star Bao Phi. Dynamic and eye-opening, this debut by a National Poetry Slam finalist critiques an America sleepwalking through its days and explores the contradictions of race and class in America. Excerpt From “Prince Among Men” When it feels like no

Last Name First

Poems by Thien-Bao Phi chapbook designed by Douglas Kearney with artwork by Chamindika Wanduragala

The Way We Pay

Poetry by Thien-Bao Phi limited edition of 50 chapbook designed by Douglas Kearney with artwork by Sylvia Quan La Includes: FOBulous Giving My Neighbor a Ride to Her Job Race Musings on How I Regard Asian American Literature Riot Bread and Glass Miss Saigon Every Day People No Offense Mass Transit For Colored Boys in Danger of Sudden Unexplained Nocturnal Death Syndrome and All the Rest For Whom Considering Suicide

Surviving the Translation (chapbook)

Collected Poems from 1993 – 2002 chapbook designed by Douglas Kearney with artwork by Phloe Includes: Space Dear Senator McCain Poetry Never Leads to Love Surviving the Translation Light Bright Lady Reverse Racist Called Missed Sigh Gone What’s an Asian Man? You Bring Out the Vietnamese in Me Dandelions Birthday Yellowbrown Babies for the Revolution For Us