Fiction


Selected poems and paintings

Che Qianzi
车前子

Che Qianzi (the pen name of Gu Pan) was born in 1963 in Suzhuo and currently splits his time between his hometown and Beijing. A well-known poet, prose stylist, and painter, Che has published over twenty-one volumes of poetry and essays. He recently staged two solo exhibits of his ink wash paintings in China, and his work can be seen at Galerie Gabrial in the US and online. We are grateful to the artist, Che Qianzi, and the 吴风雅颂 Wufengyasong (a gallery and organization in Su Zhou) for permission to reprint these images.

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From Chinese Literature Today Vol. 2 No.1

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Table of Contents

VOLUME 2, NUMBER 1

FEATURED AUTHOR: LI ANG

  • 06 "Beef Noodles" by Li Ang
  • 14 Dark Li Ang vs Bright Li Ang: A Self-Interview by Li Ang
  • 24 The Spirit of Deer Town and the Redemption of Li Ang's Uncanny Literary Home by Darryl Sterk

SPECIAL SECTION: WORD AND IMAGE

WRITER INTERVIEW

FEATURED SCHOLAR: HOWARD GOLDBLATT

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  • Editor's Note
  • Contributors
  • Chinese Literature in Review
  • Pacific Bridge

ON THE COVER Moon 2 by Chen Nong

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Qi Bangnuan, The Big Run River, A Memoir
  • Liang Hong, China in the Liang Village
  • Zhang Dachun, The Urban Violent Gang (in two volumes) 
  • Tianxin Zhu, A Song of Clog Throwing
  • Shijiang Li, The Chinese Department
  • Bei Dao, The City Gates Open
  • Yang Jiang, About to Drink Tea
  • Han Han, Chorus of Solos
  • Li Ang, A Romance Across Seven Incarnations

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