A Journal of Pacific Imagery
Storyboard 13 will be unveiled at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, May 17, 2013, at Jeff's Pirates Cove in Ipan, Talofofo. The current issue features artists and writers from Guam, Micronesia, Hawaii and New Zealand. Selections will be read by authors and volunteers.
Storyboard is published by the Division of English and Applied Linguistics in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences of the University of Guam. The purpose of Storyboard is to foster and promote literary activity on Guam and throughout the Western Pacific.
STORYBOARD 12: CROSSINGS
Now available for purchase.
With twenty-seven pieces, the work of nineteen young writers and artists, Storyboard 12 represents an array of Pacific voices gathered from within our vast region of Micronesia, from the places our peoples call home and the places they have crossed to. It reflects the angst but also the creative energy with which Pacific peoples are meeting the changes initiated by such huge global forces as technology, diaspora, and militarization. Although we may have little control over these forces, we have say as to the uses our cultures make of them and the intensity with which we embrace, resist, or modify them. Storyboard 12: Crossings is now available for purchase at $15 per copy at the Division of English and Applied Linguistics on the campus of University of Guam. E-mail EnglishDivision@uguam.uog.edu for further information.