The poetry posts at SFCC campus now showcase poems by Jane Lin and artwork by Julian Wong.
A lovely combination!
Curated by Elizabeth Jacobson
Here is the opening of one poem:
When you say teleological
I think geological, the layers laid down
in ashy additions. Think paleological,
the ur-cat loved for being first.
Fish heads and shrimp tails.
The land rises up. The stone wears down, footholds one in front of another
in the hip’s required zag.