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by Jeanelle Fu

“BLUEPRINTS” is the debut poetry collection by Taiwanese-American author Jeanelle Fu. Cover art by Dianuh Aerin Gundersen. In this narrative she finds language for her homeland, the songs of our parents. It is a recollection of grief, and how a people emerge from mourning one day, one breath at a time. As much as these poems honor the author's heritage, they are also an invitation into crossing bridges: to celebrate and fight for the tribes adjacent, surrounding us all along. Through endless cups of shay in the Middle East, conversations in suhoor, the dancing on secluded rooftops: Grief is a storm we weather together.

Note from the author : I didn't expect to write this in such a polarizing time- under the threat of nuclear war, undergoing yet another refugee crisis, the increase of hate crimes, the endless fight for human rights. My pain feels like a drop in the sea. How our faith has been shaken, throttled, pieced together so delicately. These poems are a reminder to me that we must hold one another's hands as we wade across rivers of injustice and violence.

* Shay - means tea
* Suhoor - سحور (meal consumed early in the morning by Muslims before fasting )

Size : 4.25 in x 6.87 in
Page : 109 pages
Year : Published 2022
Language : Mainly written in English
Website : https://www.jeanellefu.com/

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