A guest post by José Teodoro, in residence at Historic Joy Kogawa House in January and February 2021.
Michelle Jacques, our December Writer-in-Residence, reflects on what it means to be a curator.
Liz Marshall reflects on her residency at the Kogawa House. “After two decades of nonfiction work, I am at play in the realm where everything is possible…”
Sally Ito writes: “I realize now that contracting the Spanish flu really changed my grandfather’s focus from sports to the literary when he was a teenager. The passage from his memoir reproduced here recounts his days in junior high school before and after he contracted the deadly flu. It may interest readers today who are grappling with the ways in which the current pandemic is affecting their lives and their education, in particular.”