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Tag Archives: Shelly Bryant
They say he is autistic. When his parents first told me that this was what the specialists had determined, I was skeptical. I knew what autism was, and had even been around autistic children before, particularly during a time when … Continue reading
ice cream cones and a baby’s laughter yellow-edged photos and ink faded on the page snowflakes on the window and steam from a coffee mug the scent of your cologne as the alarm screams of dawn Shelly Bryant divides her … Continue reading
10 November 2016, Hong Kong anticipating the morning after the State of the Union Address to be made by the President-Elect on this morning after the election, I listen to the parent at the next table define protectionism to his … Continue reading
In his “Meditation XVII,” John Donne uses translation as a metaphor for death – perhaps a sentiment that hits a bit too close to the mark for many working translators. Donne writes, “All mankind is of one author, and is … Continue reading
each brick laid a fish at Spring Festival tonic soup after surgery duty-free smokes from overseas champagne at news of a promotion scarlet eggs after the first month a hong bao handed at a wedding a small loan when times … Continue reading
black and white image plum blossom and afternoon sky the next morning an explosive blush of blossoms recalling my father’s tale of his first color TV Shelly Bryant divides her year between Shanghai and Singapore, working as a teacher, writer, … Continue reading