That Crossing Is Not Automatic
5" x 7", perfectbound, 36 pages
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Distilling fragments from her work in Cambodia and in the United States, Jeanne Morel's That Crossing Is Not Automatic presents a collage of edges—images moving from refugee camps to American prisons, from airports to taxi cabs, from immigration to deportation—offering us a dictionary, if not an atlas, of sites for our possible crossings.
About Jeanne Morel
Jeanne Morel was born in California and grew up in Seattle. In the mid-1990s she lived in Cambodia and taught at the University of Phnom Penh. She has worked with refugees and immigrants in community based agencies, schools, factories, and prisons. She lives in Seattle and teaches writing at Bellevue Community College. This is her first chapbook.
from That Crossing
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10 April 2009