Synopses & Reviews
“Dobbs is an astonishing poet. The poetry in Paper Pavilion is by turns lyric and incisive, operatic and sweeping. There is a resonant passion that fills every page. With this heartbreaking and exhilarating debut, Dobbs has established herself as one of the most compelling and important poets of her generation.”—David St. John
Paper Pavilion captures the theme of transnational adoption and a powerful search for a personal history and identity from Korea to America.
Jennifer Kwon Dobbs is currently an Edwin Mem fellow in literature and creative writing at the University of Southern California.
"An ambitious and brilliant new voice."--Genie Zeiger
Poetry. Asian American Studies. PAPER PAVILION captures the theme of transnational adoption and a powerful search for a personal history and identity from Korea to America.
About the Author
Jennifer Kwon Dobbs holds degrees from Oklahoma State University and the University of Pittsburgh. She is presently an Edwin Mem fellow and in the PhD program, in Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Southern California. Her poetry has appeared in Crazyhorse, Cimarron Review, Cream City Review, Tulane Review.