Behind The Lines interviews Saymoukda Duangphouxay Vongsay

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Irene Hsu recently sat down with Saymoukda Duangphouxay Vongsay for “a warm, humorous, and inspiring conversation about her first installation, her efforts in advocating for artists, and her experiences as a Lao American refugee and writer.”

Saymoukda’s first installation, “Ahan on Spoons: Poems on a Refugee’s Forgiveness,” pairs verse with photographs from her years as a child in a refugee camp of Nongkhai, Thailand. Be sure to visit it in St. Paul if you’re in the area

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Focused on a mission to develop a body of multicultural, multimedia resources that meets the needs of Lao Americans and their friends and families interested in the speculative arts, whether it’s science fiction, fantasy, horror or other artistic genres engaging the Lao imagination and heritage.
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