Tell More Lies
Poems and stories are only two sorts of lies, but they’re the ones Steven Duong tells most often. Try out his writing exercise to generate new work.
My Year of Rest and Relaxation
Steven tells Rasheeda he’s a Pisces, though he’s actually a Gemini.
On Mother’s Day I tell my mother I’m excited / to be a mother.
Steven Duong is an American writer from San Diego. A 2021 Poetry Coalition Fellow at Kundiman, his writing is featured or forthcoming in Guernica, AGNI, The Massachusetts Review, and other venues. He will be starting his MFA in Fiction at the Iowa Writers' Workshop in the Fall of 2021.
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