Poems that play like a mixtape with cuts, loops, scratches and long, meditative breaks

Jason Bayani’s second book of poems, Locus, centers the post-1965 Immigration Act Pilipinx in America. Weaving his way through the muddled recordings of history and personal memory, Bayani looks to tell a story of migrant bodies, the impermanence of home, and how one learns to find themself in the transient states of the experienced and mythologized America.

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