Wang Ping

born Shanghai 1957

came to the United States 1985

Hangzhou Foreign Language School, Hangzhou, China, 1976-1978

B.A. (English Literature) Beijing University, 1984

M.A. (English Literature) Long Island University, 1987

M.A. (Comparative Literature) New York University, 1994

Ph.D., (Comparative Literature) New York University, 1999

professor of English, Macalester College

friend of Allen Ginsberg and Gary Snyder

wrote American Visa (short stories, 1994), Foreign Devil (novel, 1996), Of Flesh and Spirit (poetry, 1998), all from Coffee House Press; edited and co-translated New Generation: Poetry from China Today (1999), an anthology of Chinese poetry published by Hanging Loose Press; most recent book, Aching for Beauty: Footbinding in China (2000), is from the University of Minnesota Press; has received awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York Foundation for the Arts and the New York State Council for the Arts for poetry, and the Minnesota State Arts Board for fiction

Wang Ping

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