Poetry: Ithaca by Yong-Yu Huang
In “Ithaca,” the breaking of the body, like the breaking of the line, signifies more than just physical fracture: memory, possibility, the void; all weigh heavily.
Yong-Yu Huang is a Taiwanese student living in Malaysia. Her work is forthcoming in COUNTERCLOCK Journal, The Interlochen Review, and Up The Staircase Quarterly, among others, and has been recognized by Princeton University, The Kenyon Review, and Columbia College Chicago. In her free time, she enjoys listening to Studio Ghibli soundtracks and sitting by bonfires on the beach.