When I think of Brighton, what jumps into my mindis not the grey, roaring sea against a cold, silver sky.Nor the colourful lights of the Brighton Pier that shinedeep into the night. Nor the music of the merry-go-roundthat knows of no sorrow, no age. Nor the smell of fishand chips, battered and soaked in the salty sea air. It is the ubiquitous presence of the seagulls. Their … [Read more...] about Seagulls, By: Hongwei Bao
About Hongwei Bao
Hongwei Bao grew up in Inner Mongolia, China, and lives in Nottingham, UK. As a bilingual writer, he uses poetry, short story and creative nonfiction to explore queer desire, Asian identity, diasporic positionality and transcultural intimacy.
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