Winner of the Berkshire Prize from Tupelo Press - Now available
by Laurel Nakanishi
“Compassion for human suffering, profound engagement with the natural world, humility in the face of the sacred: these are the hallmarks of Ashore, a document of lyrical witness steeped in the language, history and mythology of her native Hawaii.”
Format: Paperback; 92 pp.
Published: March 2021
Epiphany Edition's prize-winning chapbook, 2013 | Selected by Kimiko Hahn
Praise for Mānoa Makai:
While it is true that I have a tender spot in my heart for Hawaii, it is truer that I am drawn to poetry with textured diction: tidewrack, open-mouthed, blinkered, wheeze. The language itself is an archipelago, drawing me inside the circle of story and scene. It is true, too, that Mānoa Makai is moving.
– Kimiko Hahn
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