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by Tina Chang
Tina Chang's poems address the problems of family and heritage, initially inhabiting formally patterned stanzas that mimic the boundaries and bonds that are her subject, and then opening into free(-er) verse as the collection progresses and tries to break out of what has been imposed-both narratively and technically.
Paperback, 96 pages
Published April 1st 2004 by Four Way Books
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Aug 25, 2010 Poets.org from the Academy of American Poets added it
Prepare for the 2010 Poets Forum in New York City (October 28-30) by reading Chang's newest book of poetry, and check out the Poets Forum 2010 bookshelf for the latest collections by each of the poets participating in the Poets Forum. Happy reading!
Tina Chang was born in Oklahoma, in 1969, to Chinese immigrants, who had met in Montreal, where her mother was working as a nurse and her father was earning his doctorate in physics. Chang moved with her family to New York City when she was a year old. As a child, Chang and her brother were sent to live with family in Taiwan for two years before returning to New York. She earned a BA at SUNY-Bingh ...moreMore about Tina Chang...