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VOLUME 3 - NUMBER 1 - JAN 2001
LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION
The stirring red by Le Thi Hue (Click title)
Le Thi Hue was born in 1953 in Ha Tinh, Vietnam. She is the author of Bui Hong ( a collection of stories, published by Luy Tre Xanh Publisher, 1984), Ki niem voi My Anh ( stories, Luy Tre Xanh, 1987), Rong ran ( a novel, Luy Tre Xanh, 1989), Khoi di tu Tho Ngay den Su That ( 1995), Canh thuc cung tho mong ( with Vu Quynh Huong, Tran Sa - a collection of poems, Luy Tre Xanh Publisher, 1996). Van hoa tri tre, nhin tu Hanoi dau the ky 21 (Van Moi Publisher, 2001). 'The stirring red' is translated from the original version 'Do xao xuyen' first published in SongVan magazine, issue 12&13 / 1998.
The nightingale's death - by Song Ho (Click title)
Song Ho, born in 1932, is a poet and a journalist. He began his writing career in 1952 in Hanoi (North Vietnam) and became a journalist after his resettling in 1954 in Saigon (South Vietnam), where he contributed to numerous newspapers, radio broadcast. His most recent book of poems, Da va Hoa, was published by Huong Duong Publisher (1992), after Tho Song Ho, a collection of poems, published by Khai Tri Publisher (Saigon, 1964). Hai Canh Hoa Tim, his first book of poetry, was published in 1960. Rock and Flower, an English-language version of Da va Hoa translated by Song Ho is published in 2000. Some of the poems in this translation version had been published in anthologies or magazines, including Transformed (On the Threshold Of A Dream, 1988), Sunday morning (American Poetry Anthology 1988), A Secular tree (Many Voices and Many Lands, 1989), Once more being a baby (Best New Poets Of 1988, under the title Once more to be a baby.), Lunar Eclipsed Night ((Love's Greatest Treasures), The Seasons (Days Of Future's Past), On the Blue Dragon Hill (Selected Poets Of The New Era 1989) Real Golden Sun (The World's Largest Poem For Peace, UN 1991), Finer, Grass & Man, Man & Grass (Song Van Magazine -issue 8&9/1997), That is the difference but the same, Who gives to me, A pink lily (Song Van -issue 10/1997), Turning around ceaselessly, Chrysanthemum, Creation (Song Van, issue 11/1997), The Mountain (Song Van, 1999), Secular tree (Song Van, 1999).
The nouriture of hair by Hoang Xuan Son(Click title)
Hoang Xuan Son was born in Thua Thien Vietnam in 1942. He began writing poetry in 1962. Vien Pho, his first collection of poetry, was published in 1989 by Viet Chien Publisher. His most recent work Hue Buon Chi, a collection of poems, was published in 1993. Hoang Xuan Son's poems have appeared in numerous magazines of literature and art published in the United States and Canada.
Art by Tu Huynh (Click title)
Tu Huynh, painter. The son of an officer in the Southern military force, he was born in 1970 in Vietnam. His father who participated in the 1966 Central Vietnam uprising died in 1972 when he was two years old. In 1975, one day before the fall of Saigon on April 30 ending the war of attrition and the corruptible, inefficient systems of military government his father protested, he left a collapsed South Vietnam. A Chinook piloted by his uncle picked up him and his family from the centre of the capital at 4:AM for nowhere but the ocean with no certainty of a safe destination. But ships seemed to be waiting. Afterwards, he came to the US, where he settled. Tu Huynh wrote poems and painted in his early age. Graduated from University of Florida in Fine Art with Honours in 1995 he painted regularly ever since. He first exhibited in Washington DC in 1999.
Le Thi Hue
Solo Gallery Shows:
1995 -- Vietnam House Gallery, 23 Cardinal
1990 -- Plum Blossom Gallery, Hong Kong
1991 -- La Vong Gallery, Hong Kong
1962 -- The 1st International Fine Arts Exhibition in Saigon
1963 -- Biennial de Paris
1964 -- Biennial de Tunis
1990 -- Uncorked Soul, Vietnamese Arts Contemporary, published in Hong Kong.
1991 -- Fine Contemporary Vietnamese Art, published in hong Kong.
1994 -- 100 Years of Vietnamese Fine Arts Contemporary, published in Singapore.
1996 -- 100 Vietnamese Artists of 20th Century, published in Hanoi, Vietnam.
1996 -- Vietnamese Paintings contemporary, published in hanoi Vietnam.
1997 -- Southeast Asian Art, published in Singapore
1963 -- Bronze Medal of the Spring Paintings, National Exhibition, Vietnam.
1964 -- Silver Medal of the Spring Paintings, National Exhibition, Vietnam.
Shadowy Graces 1
1998, Oil on canvas, 36x48 inches
VIETNAMESE POETS & WRITERS ABROAD
A LISTING OF
VIETNAMESE POETS AND WRITERS ABROAD
LISTING BY AUTHOR: A-B
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SHORT STORIES, POEMS from current, and
Woman behind the billboard -- Hoang Thi Bich Ti
The stirring red -- Le Thi Hue
A painter's Crossing -- Tu Huynh
Country-You-Happiness -- Song Ho
To a lonely child -- Song Ho
Father and son -- Hoang Xuan Son
The nouriture of hair -- Hoang Xuan Son
The nightingale's death -- Song Ho
Art -- Tu Huynh
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