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A Walk with Wheels

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23 minutes

.5 miles

From Mandell at W Main St to St Thomas Labrynth

Writers Kelly Moore and Addie Tsai take a walk from an apartment to the labyrinth at St. Thomas, with a stop at the reflecting pool by the Rothko Chapel. Their dialog compares and remembers their experiences walking together. You can read more about Moore's experience navigating Houston in a wheelchair in the 84th issue of Cite, Spring 2011.


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Kelly Moore

Kelly Moore earned her MFA from the University of Houston where she is currently pursuing a PhD in Poetry and serving as an Assistant Poetry Editor for Gulf Coast.  She has received a Collaboration among the Arts fellowship from the Mitchell Center at UH and an Inprint/Barthelme award in nonfiction.  Her work has appeared in New Letters, Mid-American Review, American Letters and Commentary, and other publications.

Addie Tsai

Addie Tsai received her MFA in Poetry from Warren Wilson College. Her work has been published in NOON: A Journal of the Short Poem, American Letters & Commentary, Forklift, Ohio, Caketrain, and Yellow as Turmeric, Fragrant as Cloves: A Contemporary Anthology of Asian American Women's Poetry, among others. Her poem is forthcoming in the anthology Collective Brightness: LGBTIQ Poets on Faith, Religion & Sexuality, due out in October 2011. Her manuscript and in its place— was semi-finalist in Tupelo Press's 2009 Dorset Prize and is a finalist in Four Way Books' 2011 Larry Levis Prize. She most recently was co-conceiver of Dominic Walsh Dance Theater's production Victor Frankenstein, and narrative collaborator of their Camille Claudel. Her memoir, Twinsung, will be published later this year by Chiasmus Press. She teaches Composition and Literature at Houston Community College.