Mark L. Keats was adopted from South Korea at the age of three. He earned his MFA in fiction from the University of Maryland and has received fellowships from Kundiman and The Martha's Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Cosmonauts Avenue, Joyland Magazine, Hyphen Magazine, Waxwing, The Offing, Smokelong Quarterly, and others. He is currently a PhD candidate in English and Creative Writing at Texas Tech University.
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MEMORY VI An Ostrich’s Eye Is Bigger Than Its Brain
Gloria ChungFilm, Multimedia Features
MEMORY VI An Ostrich’s Eye Is Bigger Than Its Brain is a rumination on why people remember certain trivial or mundane facts but might be unable to recall ostensibly larger ideas or details/events of greater significance. The works in this series, MEMORY, reflect different facets of human memory that I am interested in. They […]