Library of Congress (or Local) Name

Cho, Yong-mi, 1962-

Fall 10-1-2010

Participant Status

Resident

Genre

Poetry

Abstract

Includes "Black Bile," "The Solitude of the Dying," "Where Does Wind Come From?," "The Fish Soaring Up the Mountain," "Pine Tree," "The Afternoon World," "In the Darkness," "The Wind's Path," "Thoughts on the Sound of Water," "Elsewhere, Somewhere Else," "The Old House," "Thorn Lotus," and I Slept Soundly at the Water's Edge."

Translation Note

"Black Bile," "Where Does Wind Come From?," "The Fish Soaring Up the Mountain," "Pine Tree," "The Afternoon World," "In the Darkness," "The Wind's Path," "Elsewhere, Somewhere Else," and "The Old House," translated by Krys Lee. "I Slept Soundly at the Water's Edge" translated by Hong Euntaek.

Total Pages

12 pages

Residence at the time of participation

South Korea

Working Language

Korean

Role

non-fiction writer, poet

Resident's Biography

http://iwp.uiowa.edu/node/948

Rights

Copyright © 2010 Yong Mee Cho

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URL

http://ir.uiowa.edu/iwp_archive/297