Linh Dinh was born in Saigon, Vietnam in 1963, came to the US in1975, and has also lived in Italy and England. He is the author of twocollections of stories, (SevenStories Press 2000) and (SevenStories Press 2004), and three books of poems, (Tinfish 2003) and (Chax 2004) and Borderless Bodies(Factory School 2006). His work has been anthologized in (Scribner 2000), (Scribner 2004) and (Scribner 2003), among other places. He is also the editor of theanthologies (Seven Stories Press 1996) and (Tinfish 2001) and translator of (Tupelo 2006). waschosen by the as one of thebest books of 2004. He has been invited to read poems all over the US,and in London, Cambridge and Berlin, and his poems and stories have beentranslated into Italian, Spanish, Arabic and Japanese. As founder andeditor of , a Philadelphialiterary journal, he published the work of poets and artists as well asanonymous "found" literature in the form of letters and journals. He ison the Philadelphia Art in City Hall Advisory Committee and is activewithin the community of Philadelphia's alternative galleries,cooperatives, and non-profit arts organizations. In addition to hiswriting and visual arts activities, Mr. Dinh acted as was Guest Curatorof the exhibit "Toys and Incense" at the Levy Gallery at Moore Collegeof Art and Design in which the role of improvisation and the play incontemporary visual art was explored.
Jones, Chris; and Li-Po Lee. The authors write, "Building on Bakhtinian approaches to Wordsworth's early poems, we extend their findings to , using analytical tools from narratology and film criticism to trace the interplay of different views and voices." 54 (2009).
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Dawe’s poems capture Australian life in numerous ways, whether it is our passion for AFL in Life-Cycle or our reckless nature towards war as in Homecoming.