Poetry. Asian & Asian American Studies. Translated from the Chinese by Steve Bradbury. HIS DAYS GO BY THE WAY HER YEARS is a collection of Steve Bradbury's best translations of poetry by Taiwanese poet and filmmaker Ye Mimi. Mimi's poetry blends a fascination with dreams with a playful approach to language and sensitivity to sound. In his translations, Bradbury has crafted English poems that sing in their new language and deftly play with its possibilities. This book was a finalist in the Anomalous Press Experimental Translation Chapbook Contest, judged by Christian Hawkey.
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Ye Mimi is a young Taiwanese poet and filmmaker. A graduate of the MFA Film Studio Program at the Art Institute of Chicago, she is the author of two volumes of poetry, most recently The More Car the More Far (Taipei: Garden City Publishers). Her poetry has appeared in Hayden's Ferry Review, Asymptote, Jacket 2, and other international literary journals.Steve Bradbury's poems, essays, and translations have appeared in a number of literary journals and earned him the 2011 PEN Translation Fund Grant. He is editor of Full-Tilt: A Journal of East-Asian Poetry, Translation and the Arts and Associate Professor of English at National Central University in Taiwan.Author City: CHICAGO, IL USA