3 edition of Many-mouthed birds found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Bennett Lee and Jim Wong-Chu.|
|Contributions||Lee, Bennett., Wong-Chu, Jim, 1949-|
|LC Classifications||PR9194.5.C54 M36 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 184 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||91019664|
Few Canadian artists are as revered as Emily Carr. Born in , she grew up in a socially conservative environment, away from the major art centers. Critics at the time considered her early paintings accurate and skilled but lacking energy and depth of Pages: Denise Chong has written for magazines such as Saturday Night and Canadian Business, is a contributor to Many Mouthed Birds, an anthology of contemporary Chinese Canadian writers, and edited The Penguin Anthology of Stories by Canadian Women. She lives in Author: Denise Chong.
Weyman Chan’s poetry first appeared in Many Mouthed Birds: Contemporary Writing by Chinese Canadians. His first book of poetry, Before a Blue Sky Moon () won the National Magazine Awards Silver Medal for Poetry, in Noise from the Laundry () was a finalist in the Governor General’s Award for poetry. Many-Mouthed Birds: Contemporary Writing by Chinese Canadians: Edited by Bennett Lee & Jim Wong-Chu Douglas & McIntyre. pp. $ "The Chinese expression 'many-mouthed birds' is used to describe someone who talks too much," the editors explain in the introduction. Many-Mouthed Birds, edited by Bennett Lee and Jim Wong-Chu, and Strike the Wok, edited by Lien Chao and Jim Wong-Chu, are collections of short stories written by contemporary Chinese Canadians. Several stories are set in the early 20th century.
Many-Mouthed Bird Tanka poem by Chenou Liu. early snowblankets the skylightloneliness. Page. I examine five anthologies of Chinese Canadian literature, Inalienable Rice (a collaboration between Chinese and Japanese Canadian artist-activists, ), Many-Mouthed Birds (), Jin Guo (), Swallowing Clouds () and Strike the Wok (), in comparison with three Oxford anthologies of Canadian literature to consider how Chinese. Description. Work by writers of Chinese-Canadian heritage have achieved international success: this includes books by Wayson Choy, SKY Lee, and Denise Chong, as well as the acclaimed anthology of Chinese-Canadian fiction, Many Mouthed wing Clouds collects the work of some of the most vibrant and exciting Chinese-Canadian poets working today, being the first poetic anthology ever.
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One of the short stories included a piece by Wayson Choy, which he subsequently expanded into the Vancouver Book Award-winning Jade addition to Many Mouthed Birds, Wong-Chu also co-edited with Andy Quan Swallowing Clouds, published by .