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Khe Iem often deals with the reliability and indefiniteness of the narrator and the reliability of what is being narrated. This experience, partly is the result of the blurring of boundaries in our media-saturated age. It is a central theme in the Khe Iem’s work done seriously and sometimes even comically, as in his poem about a Budweiser beer commercial, which illustrates the attempts of advertisers to enter our unconscious. Poet Frederick Feirstein

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