Vol. 68 (2021)
Ian HAIGHT, Union Institute and UniversityFollow
Ian Haight’s collection of poetry, Celadon, won Unicorn Press’ First Book
Prize. He is the editor of Zen Questions and Answers from Korea, and with
T’ae-yong Hŏ, he is the co-translator of Borderland Roads: Selected Poems
of Kyun Hŏ and Magnolia and Lotus: Selected Poems of Hyesim—finalist
for ALTA’s Stryk Prize—all from White Pine Press. Other awards include
Ninth Letter’s Literary Award in Translation, and grants from the Daesan
Foundation, the Korea Literary Translation Institute, and the Baroboin
Buddhist Foundation. Poems, essays, interviews, reviews, microfiction and
translations appear in Barrow Street, Writer’s Chronicle, Hyundai
Buddhist News, Full Stop, MoonPark Review and Prairie Schooner. For
more information please visit ianhaight.com.
Toyon: Multilingual Literary Magazine: Vol. 68:
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