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One, Two, Three / Uno, dos, tres is a bilingual English/Spanish edition of a selection of Eileen R. Tabios’ hay(na)ku poems. The hay(na)ku is a 21st century diasporic poetry form invented in 2003 by Ms. Tabios. One, Two, Three is her only available Selected Hay(na)ku volume after her first Selected Hay(na)ku collection, Your Father Is Bald, went out of print.

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Paperback, First, 96 pages
Published June 2018 by Paloma Press
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‘A “haybun” is a combination of hay(na)ku tercet and prose’

Eileen R. Tabios, who created the fascinating form of poetry called Hay(na)ku, curated this collection of works in tandem with Rebeka Lembo who provides Spanish translations of the works.

Eileen Tabios created this form which can be described as a tercet of three lines, a total of six words (1 in the first line, 2 in the second line, and 3 in the third line - or the reverse of order of the lines/words) with no restriction on syllables or
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Eileen Tabios (born 1960) is an award-winning Filipino-American poet, fiction writer, conceptual/visual artist, editor, anthologist, critic, and publisher.

Born in Ilocos Sur, Philippines, Tabios moved to the United States at the age of ten. She holds a B.A. in political science from Barnard College and an M.B.A. in economics and international business from New York University Graduate School of Bu
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