If you look closely, there are many Japanese snack wrappings in my graphic poems. They are all my family's favorite.
I had my first graphic poetry workshop, and then I received the Notable Recent Alumna Award from Indiana University South Bend.
I took this selfie when I went to Takayama, Japan to purchase washi paper. They were all woven into my graphic poems.
My first graphic poem was, "Japanese Apricot Wine" (Page 23) in GLYPH: GRAPHIC POETRY=TRANS. SENSORY. The project started on December 9th, 2016.
Can you find Matthew Thorburn's poetry book cover and my lovely sister in Hawaii in page 27 of "Glyph: Graphic Poetry = Trans. Sensory"?
This screen shot was sent by Fred Sasaki, who is a creative director at Poetry Foundation. "Lake Michigan" got the record for number of "likes". Thanks so much to everyone.