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Chinese Poetry Reading

October 12, 2007 at 2:00 PM, Kotzen Meeting Room, Simmons College, 300 The Fenway

Free and open to the public.

Born in Beijing, China, Zhang Er is the author of three collections of poetry in Chinese, most recently Because of Mountain. She has six chapbooks in English translation, among them are Carved Water and Sight Progress. Her selected poems in bilingual editions, Verses on Bird and So Translating Rivers and Cities were from Zephyr Press. She has read and lectured at international festivals, conferences, reading series and universities. She teaches at The Evergreen State College in Washington.

Chen Luming is the author of 4 books Chinese Need More Hugs: the Notes from the USA, The Opposites, The Original and Thinking As A Winner: Do Not Let The Disadvantages Dominates You. He often writes essays for Chinese newspapers and magazines in the USA. He has received many prizes and awards for his poems, short stories and essays. Born in China, came to the USA as a Ph.D. student in 1988, Luming started his creative writing in 1992. Currently, he works as a vice present in consumer banking.