Anushka Anastasia Solomon, is a former Denver Post columnist, and Evergreen, Colorado poet. In 1995, she won the 3rd prize in the IV National New Straits Times - Shell Short Story Competition. A graduate, of Hampshire College, Amherst, Massachusetts, she transferred from the University of Missouri-Columbia’s School of Journalism, to study creative writing under the late Jamaican poet laureate, and professor of writing, Andrew Salkey. Anushka taught English in Malaysia, to
Complete Works by Ouyang Yu, editor of Otherland Literary Journal
(Chinese-Australian novelist, poet, literary translator and critic. Visit http://www.ouyangyu.com.au for more information):
[Altogether 30 titles, produced in 15 years since 1991, prices in Australian Dollars]
English Poetry by Ouyang Yu:
Moon over Melbourne and Other Poems (Papyrus Publishing, 1995, out of print)
Songs of the Last Chinese Poet (Wild Peony Press, 1997, $14.95)
Two Hearts, Two Tongues and
Woo See-Kow spent his childhood to teenage years growing up in Sham-Shui-Po, Hong Kong. His poetry and writing mostly reflects a sense of place, a feeling of belonging, and his sentiments for the people he met in various times and places from his boyhood to present in Hong Kong, a city he often mocks and always loves. He was educated and received his degree in the US.
Nicole’s fiction has been published in HK, US, UK and Australia, notably in City Voices: Hong Kong Writing in English from 1945 to Present. She holds a master degree in English and is currently a reporter for the English newspaper China Daily.
Nicholas Y.B. Wong is currently an MPhil Candidate supervised by film scholar Gina Marchetti at the Department of Comparative Literature, School of Humanities, The University of Hong Kong. His thesis focuses the representation of body parts in relation to desire, dismemberment and fetishism. He has presented papers on Wong Kar-wai’s The Hand and Johnnie To’s Election. His poems are also included in Yuan Yang (2001, HKU), Moving Poetry (2001, HKU Press), Hong Kong English: