We here at Painted Bride Quarterly would like to congratulate Jiwon Choi on her newest book, One Daughter is Worth Ten Sons! Two of the poems featured, “I Pay My Book Fine” and “Jane Austen, Reconsider” were first published in Issue 92 of PBQ. Congrats, Jiwon, we know we will continue to see great things […]
Jiwon Choi is an early childhood educator and urban gardener who lives in Brooklyn, NY. Her poems have been published in Hanging Loose and Bombay Gin Journal. She is working on her first book of poetry.
writing me into your landscape of petticoats and pianofortes, please be advised, my party manners are unfortunate I will drink all your wine and double dip. Invite me to tea if you can forego all your layers of etiquette. Don’t you see I would fare better in something Elmore Leonard? Knocking knees with […]
I have kept you Ko Un for days longer than the iron bound librarian allows you are a poet of poets because magpies sleep on your shoulders through winter and even a millet shortage uprising cannot awaken them. You write with the ink of your veins about travelers you’ve met on old village […]