Jessica Hagedorn f Karen Dacker At the age of 14 she moved from Manila to San Francisco, were she became a protege of poet and translator Kenneth Rexroth. Hagedorn's work includes poetry, prose, performance art, and music. For 10 years she was the lead singer and songwriter of the Gangster Choir band. Her Tango," and "Airport Music." Her first novel, Dogeaters, published in 1990, received the American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation, and was a finalist for the National Book Award. In addition Jessica Hagedorn was born in 1949, and raised in the Philippines. multi-media theatre pieces include "Holy Food," "Teenytown," "Mango to Dogeaters, Jessica Hagedorn's books include a collection of poetry and short prose, Danger and Beauty, which combines the work from two previously published collections of poetry and short prose, Dangerous Music, and Pet Food and Tropical Apparitions. Jessica Hagedorn is also American writing. This interview with Jessica Hagedorn was conducted by Kay Bonetti for the American Audio Prose Library in April 1994. The American Audio the Editor of Charlie Chan is Dead, a groundbreaking anthology of Asian Prose Library has produced recordings of readings by and interviews with 126 contemporary writers. For a
The Missouri Review – University of Missouri
Published: Oct 5, 1995
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