R148. The Asian Face of War, Gaining Perspectives from Both Sides: A Look at WWII, Vietnam, and Korea
Thursday, March 31, 2016
10:30 am to 11:45 am
Gregory Dunne is the author of two books of poetry, Home Test and Fistful of Lotus. He is also the author of one book of creative nonfiction, Quiet Accomplishment: Remembering Cid Corman. He is a professor at Miyazaki International College, Japan.
rg cantalupo (Ross Canton) is a poet, playwright, filmmaker, novelist, and director. His work has been published widely in literary journals in the United States, England, and Australia and is the winner of many writing awards. He received his MFA in poetry and nonfiction from VCFA.
Mong-Lan, poet, writer, visual artist, dancer, musician, and composer, left her native Vietnam on the last day of the evacuation of Saigon. Author of eight books (One Thousand Minds Brimming) and chapbooks, Mong-Lan has won a Pushcart Prize, the Juniper Prize, and a Stegner Fellowship. www.monglan.com
Kyoko Yoshida is the author of a story collection Disorientalism. She also translates prose and poetry from/into Japanese. A PhD from UW-Milwaukee, a 2005 participant of the Iowa IWP, and a former visiting fellow at Brown University, she currently teaches at Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto.
Teresa Mei Chuc