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Shamrocks at Our Aunties' Funerals, by Jo Y. Hwangbo



Jo Y. Hwangbo is a poet and copywriter based in New York. As a deep lover of raw imagery, she aspires her work to encompass an uncomfortably appreciative mix of soft, cut fruit and sharp, unrelenting jade—for her ummas, aunties, and grandmas, who gave up everything so she could write.

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