Behind the Red Mist: Short Fiction by Ho Anh Thai

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Price
$23.94
Publisher
Curbstone Press
Publish Date
Pages
230
Dimensions
5.49 X 0.75 X 8.5 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781880684542
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About the Author

One of the Vietnam's most prolific writers and winner of several of its most prestigious literary awards, Ho Anh Thai was published in leading literary magazines while still in high school. The author of fifteen novels and short story collections, he is also a diplomat who served in India and the Middle East. Currently he is an editor for World Affairs Weekly.

Wayne Karlin is an author, editor, and teacher. As the American consulting editor for Curbstone's Voices from Vietnam series, he edited and adapted translations of writers from Vietnam. A former professor of language and literature at the College of Southern Maryland, he retired in 2017 after 31 years of service.

Nguyen Qui Duc is a Vietnamese American radio broadcaster, writer, editor, and translator. He lived in the United States from 1975 to 2006. Currently, he lives in Hanoi.

Reviews

"Reading this important writer, we can understand the consequences of the history we've been through together. His work reconciles former enemies, and mends wounded people and nations." --Maxine Hong Kingston
..".[An] elegantly construction collection by one of Vietnam's most prominent contemporary writers....handsomely translated by a team of American and Vietnamese writers and scholars." -- The New York Times Book Review
"These stories range from the serious to the whimsical, from the past to the present, from Vietnam to India to England. Imaginative and lively and often startling, they offer thoughtful readers insight into contemporary Vietnamese literature, culture, and society that are both valuable and pleasurable. Behind the Red Mist is a delightful book from one of the most accomplished writers of Vietnam's post-war generation." --W. D. Ehrhart