Author’s Note: “In Inland Islands, a serialized narrative, Gigi, has had to suffer a life of travel and unpredictability given her lover’s work as an anthropologist. She’s finally found a connection in this new tribal enclave, and through her immersion in it, starts gaining insight into her own self and relationship with Geronimo.Here, each prose poem works with a foreign word or phrase – as a point of inception – then drives itself forward through various acts and/or turns of translation.” –Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé

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