Jungle Planet: And Other New Stories From The Pacific, Asia, and the Americas (Manoa: Pacific Journal of International Writing)
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- Publication Date:November 30, 2004
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This volume highlights contemporary literature from throughout the Pacific hemisphere, featuring prose by writers from the Philippines, Malaysia, the People's Republic of China, Korea, and the U.S., including Native Americans and Pacific islanders. Among these are Lysley Tenorion, Andrew Lam, Robert Barclay, Bay Anapol, and Eddie Chuculate from the U.S.; Lakambini Sitoy from the Philippines; Kim Yong-ha from Korea; Zhu Wenyin from the PRC; Huzir Sulaiman from Malaysia; Manjushree Thapa from Nepal; and Marcelino Freire from South America. Frank Stewart has published twelve books and is the general editor of Manoa. Bruce Fulton is director of publications of the International Korean Literature Association. Eric Gamalinda is a poet and fiction writer who teaches at New York University. Karen Gernant is professor emerita of Chinese history at Southern Oregon University in Ashland. Leigh Saffold is the recipient of the 2003-2004 Grace K. J. Abernethy Fellowship in Publishing. Arthur Sze is a poet and translator who teaches at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Alfred A. Yuson is a prominent poet, novelist, and advocate for the arts in Manila.
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