- by Shelly Bryant -
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Publisher: Alban Lake Publishing
Publication Date: May 31, 2015
Language: English
ISBN-13: 9781310277641
Synopsis Anger is, or can be, the most legitimate emotion. It is difficult to deal with yet it is important and we must acknowledge anger. Shelly embraces it. Instead of dismissing or hiding, she squarely deals with it. I believe Shelly Bryant is a poet who embraces the world. She has a western background but her adult life is taking place in the East. Her voracious reading across the regions and the times defines a large part of the poet. Her talent in Chinese-to-English translation adds another dimension to her intellectual, psychological and physical world.
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Shelly Bryant
Shelly Bryant divides her year between Shanghai and Singapore, working as a translator, writer, and researcher. She translated Sheng Keyi’s novels, Northern Girls, and Fields of White and Death; Chew Kok Chang’s short story collection, Other Cities, Other Lives, and You Jin’s collection of...
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