MENU

Author: Don Mee Choi

Born in Seoul, South Korea, Don Mee Choi is the author of DMZ COLONY (Wave Books, 2020), HARDLY WAR (Wave Books, 2016), THE MORNING NEWS IS EXCITING (Action Books, 2010), and several chapbooks and pamphlets of poems and essays. She has received a Whiting Award, Lannan Literary Fellowship, Lucien Stryk Translation Prize, and DAAD Artists-in-Berlin Fellowship. She has translated several collections of Kim Hyesoon's poetry, including Autobiography of Death (New Directions, 2018), which received the 2019 International Griffin Poetry Prize.

DMZ Colony
Add to Shopping Cart 9781940696959
44 Currently In Stock PAPERBACK $20.00 4/7/2020

DMZ Colony

Wave Books

Poetry. Asian & Asian American Studies. Art. Woven from poems, prose, photographs, and drawings, Don Mee Choi's DMZ COLONY is a tour de force of personal and political reckoning set over eight acts. Evincing the power of translation as a poetic dev...

Learn More...

Hardly War
Add to Shopping Cart 9781940696218
18 Currently In Stock PAPERBACK $18.00 4/5/2016

Hardly War

Wave Books

Poetry. Asian & Asian American Studies. HARDLY WAR, Don Mee Choi's major second collection, defies history, national identity, and militarism. Using artifacts from Choi's father, a professional photographer during the Korean and Vietnam wars, she co...

Learn More...

The Morning News Is Exciting
Add to Shopping Cart 9780979975561
18 Currently In Stock PAPERBACK $16.00 6/1/2010

The Morning News Is Exciting

Action Books

Poetry. Asian American Studies. "Cameraman, run to my twin twin zone. A girl's exile excels beyond excess. Essence excels exile. Something happens to the wanted girl. Nothing happens to the unwanted girl. The morning news is exciting." A debut volum...

Learn More...

Translation is a Mode=Translation is an Anti-neocolonial Mode
Add to Shopping Cart 9781937027971
35 Currently In Stock PAPERBACK $12.00 5/1/2020

Translation is a Mode=Translation is an Anti-neocolonial Mode

Ugly Duckling Presse

Literary Nonfiction. TRANSLATION IS A MODE=TRANSLATION IS AN ANTI-NEOCOLONIAL MODE explores translation and language in the context of US imperialism—through the eyes of a "foreigner;" a translator; a child in Timoka, the made-up city of Ingmar Berg...

Learn More...

 
Sign up for SPD e-newsletters