Yi Sang (1910–1937) was a poet and a short story writer during the Japanese occupation of Korea. Despite his brief literary career, he left behind perhaps the most influential body of work in modern Korean literature.
Disfiguring the hegemony of standard English.
Two improvisers and composers discuss their involvement in New York’s experimental music scene.
In her new film, Songs From the North, Soon-Mi Yoo mines the land of memory, and the dormant conflicts and sorrows that bind the people of North and South Korea.
Director Hong Sang-soo talks about process, collaboration, and drinking, without wasting a syllable.
Walter K. Lew’s poetry is lyric and experimental and tackles some pretty heavy subjects, according to Patricia Spears Jones.