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Volume 65, Issue 2

Front Cover by Daisy Quezada Ureña
Untitled (detail) 2018
Porcelain and clothesline in Wuhan Student Dormitory
500 Sq. Ft.

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New Memory/Works Pop-up Workshop

How do we do the work of re-membering at a time when so much is disappearing around us: histories, languages, hard-won rights, violent wrongs, whole species, entire cities, those you have loved, those you never knew? What tools do we need to train our senses on the moment of disappearance—what the poet Polina Barskova calls the half-minute foretaste of ashes—and through memory, refuse obliteration?

Join Mass Review Prose Editor, Q.M. Zhang, for Re-membering in a Time of Disappearance, a remote pop-up workshop for writers & artists living and working in Asia Pacific time zones, and open to creatives in all parts of the world. The workshop will be held on Saturday, September 23, 2023 from 10AM to 12NOON Hong Kong time (for folks in North America, the workshop date/time is Friday, Sept. 22, 7-9PM West Coast or 10PM-12midnight East Coast). Q.M. will share some of the creative tools and practices of memory work and offer readings and writing provocations to guide you in your own sites of re-membering. There will be a Q&A at the end of the workshop. Registration closes on September 15 and all registered participants will receive a Zoom link one week in advance of the workshop. 

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