Words I Often Get Mixed Up
by Jenna Le

Bento: a lunchbox coated in resin secreted by an insect whose blood is sometimes also used to make a red dye. Beento: someone who has studied abroad in England; at times, someone who bought a winter coat for this reason. Awhato: a caterpillar that has been killed and mummified by a parasite, after which the … Continue reading Words I Often Get Mixed Up
by Jenna Le

Jenna Le

Jenna Le, a daughter of Vietnamese refugees, is the author of two full-length poetry collections, Six Rivers (NYQ Books, 2011) and A History of the Cetacean American Diaspora (Anchor & Plume, 2016). Her poetry has appeared in AGNI Online, The Best of the Raintown Review, Bellevue Literary Review, Denver Quarterly, The Los Angeles Review, and … Continue reading Jenna Le