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    Un verre de miroir rouge: RecueilKIM HYESOON

    Un verre de miroir rouge , un recueil de poèmes dans lesquels se mirent les angoisses de la poétesse et sa vision très rouge du monde. Rouge comme le soleil qui se couche sur la mer à l'horizon, rouge comme le sang, fluide de vie. Une poésie résolument vivante, parfois expérimentale dans sa forme,...
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    A Drink of Red Mirror

    U.S.A.
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    2019
    / Literature - Korean literature - Contemporary poetry
    Poetry. Asian & Asian American Studies. Translated from the Korean by Jiwon Shin, Lauren Albin, and Sue Hyon Bae. A landmark feminist poet and critic in her native South Korea, Kim Hyesoon's...
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    Against Healing

    U.K
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    2019
    / Literature - Korean literature - Contemporary poetry
    Translating Feminisms showcases intimate collaborations and conversations between some of Asia's most exciting women writers and emerging-star translators: contemporary poetry of labour and language...
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    PUERTO DEL SOL [THE KOREAN WOMEN WRITERS ISSUE]

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    2019
    / Literature - Periodicals
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    Kim Hyesoon, Don Mee Choi, and Eve Joseph win 2019 Griffin Prizes, with Lifetime Honour for Nicole Brossard

    Canada
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    June 7, 2019
    Last night in Toronto, the the Canadian Griffin Poetry Prize was awarded to Eve Joseph for Quarrels (Anvil Press), while International Griffin Poetry Prize was presented to writer-translator team Kim Hyesoon and Don Mee Choi for Hyesoon's Autobiography of Death (New Directions).
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    Autobiography of Death by Don Mee Choi, translated from the Korean written by Kim Hyesoon and Quarrels by Eve Joseph Win the 2019 Griffin Poetry Prize

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    June 6, 2019
    TORONTO – Thursday, June 6, 2019 – Autobiography of Death by Don Mee Choi, translated from the Korean written by Kim Hyesoon (New Directions) and Quarrels by Eve Joseph (Anvil Press) are the International and Canadian winners of the 2019 Griffin Poetry Prize. They each received C$65,000 in prize...
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    Victoria poet Eve Joseph ‘savouring’ moment after winning $65K Griffin prize

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    June 7, 2019
    The international prize, also worth $65,000, went to Don Mee Choi’s translation of Korean poems written by Kim Hyesoon in “Autobiography of Death,” published by New Directions.
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    Griffin poetry prize finalists on the role of poets in politically charged times

    Canada
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    May 29, 2019
    In a year when women’s rights, the environment and democracy have been increasingly under question an interesting thing has happened: three women poets command the Canadian portion of the Griffin Poetry Prize. Each year, the prize celebrates — and reinforces — the importance of poetry and awards...
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    Autobiography of Death

    U.S.A
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    2018
    / Literature - Korean literature - Contemporary poetry
    Kim Hyesoon’s poems “create a seething, imaginative under-and over-world where myth and politics, the everyday and the fabulous, bleed into each other” (Sean O’Brien, The Independent) *Shortlist for...

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