When the Paleolithic Diet is Back in Fashion By Song Ji HyunTranslated by Bryan Stubbles We saw the accident by chance. All coincidences happen that way, but it was a little unusual for us to suddenly want to drink beer at three in the morning. First of all, neither Bong-gyu nor I enjoyed alcohol; that...
The Man Who Became a Flamingo (1) Oh Han Ki. Novelist. Analrealist Translated by Beth Hong I Flamingo. Ever since I started to become that red animal, I have been forgetting human language little by little. This may be the last thing I write in human language.
Epilogue: A Trip to New Zealand Jeong Jidon Translated by Suhyun J. Ahn It was Wednesday. I heard my father talking to my mother by chance. "Get Ready. We will be off to New Zealand on Saturday." So I prepared for it. I rummaged through the books about New Zealand at the school library and...
A Relatively Peaceful Day of Yours by An Boyun Translated by Janine Kruger The name was born one step ahead of Yoo Jin. At that time Yoo Jin was a gourd shape, suspended in her mother's uterus. Her nest in the ultrasound picture was like a hollow eye, a coal-black cavity.
Park Min Jung's "Barbie Vibes" is no longer available on Nabillera, as Stranger Press (UK) will be publishing another English translation of the story as a part of its IYAGI series. Thank you for loving our translation so far, and we hope to see you again with other translations.
Selected Jackalope Articles
Julia Goldberg, Creative Writing and Literature faculty at Santa Fe University of Art and Design, will be reading from her new book Inside Story at Collected Works Bookstore and Coffee House at 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 8, with a Q&A with author Robert Wilder to follow.
On the night of March 29, the Lannan Foundation hosted a reading and conversation with writers Viet Thanh Nguyen and Maxine Hong Kingston at Santa Fe's Lensic Performing Arts Center. Nguyen has received many awards for his writing.
On the night of March 7, poet and former Santa Fe University of Art and Design Creative Writing and Literature faculty member Dana Levin read from her latest book of poetry, Banana Palace. The audience, filled with Levin's past students and colleagues, seemed eager to tuck in and experience her writing come off the page.
Matt Donovan discusses poetry, activism and creative impulses in advance of his Feb. 23 event to benefit the Santa Fe Dreamers Project.
Santa Fe University of Art and Design's Creative Writing and Literature Department hosts visiting writers each semester for readings, book signings and classroom visits. This spring SFUAD is welcoming Danielle Evans, author of and the National Book Foundation named her one of 2011's Before You Suffocate Your Own Fool Self , which won the 2011 PEN/Robert W.
At the root of any great learning institution lies a passionate group of educators, leaders and supporters. Santa Fe University of Art and Design's Board of Directors is filled with professionals in multiple fields who work to maintain the best possible creative learning environment for students.
Places to go, things to do and sights to see in the next few months.
An all-male team gave this spacious Tai Wai apartment a masculine makeover in shades of grey.
Ways to make lean meats tender and delicious.
Vicky Cheng explores different plating techniques.
Drinks are a key element of any dinner party. Victoria Chow chooses some boozy essentials.
Some food-related apps, books and magazines worth reading along with Crave's August wish list.