From A Place to Call Home: A Book on Walking in South Korea by Derold Sligh

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Derold Sligh is currently a member of the English faculty at Daegu University in Daegu, South Korea. He received a BA and MA from Central Michigan University and an MFA from San Diego State University. He was the recipient of the J.L Carroll Arnett Creative Writing Award. His work has appeared in journals such as American Poetry Journal, Mythium, Chamber Four, Konundrum Engine, Saw Palm, PoetryMagazine.com, Asian Journal of General Education, Pudding House Press, Switchback Magazine, Central Review, Web del Sol, and Gemini Magazine. He has taught creative writing workshops for San Diego State University, Gear Up and King/Chavez/Parks and was also a guest poet at the Theodore Roethke Memorial where he ran a workshop for African American fathers and sons.

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2 thoughts on “From A Place to Call Home: A Book on Walking in South Korea by Derold Sligh

  1. Derold

    Thank you again for publishing these photos. When I look back on these shots and think about where I was at in my life at the time and where my photograph was at, I feel a little envious of myself. Although my eye has progressed, I never capture shots like this anymore. It really was a phase for me, and I am thankful that this phase could be represented by your magazine.

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    1. Raquel Thorne Post author

      They really are gorgeous—I always wish I had them on postcards so I could send them out into the world in a more tactile manner. It’s been a pleasure to house these.

      Warmly,
      Raquel

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