Watermark: Vietnamese American Poetry & Prose

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Barbara Tran, Monique T. D. Truong, Luu Truong Khoi, Truong Khoi Luu
Asian American Writers' Workshop, 1998 - Fiction - 227 pages
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This collection of poetry and prose ventures into the fringes of the Vietnamese American psyche, resetting the boundaries and constraints of the traditional focus of the theme of war. The fiction and poetry reflect and refract on adolescence, sexuality, language, death and distance.

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Vietnamese American writers Tran, who has published in such journals as Amerasia and Antioch Review, and her coeditors present a volume rich in the voices of people made to straddle two cultures. Over ... Read full review

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Some of the short stories in here are incredible. Read full review

Contents

Up Over Boulder Hill Dao Strom
3
Letter to My Bed Linh Dinh
16
Slow Tribe Linh Dinh
29
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About the author (1998)

Tran was the recipient of a Cornell Woolrich scholarship at Columbia University, where she earned her M.F.A.

Khoi graduated from Harvard College.

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