Lucas Klein

Lucas Klein’s work has appeared in JacketRain TaxiCLEARComparative Literature Studies, and PMLA, and from Fordham, Black Widow, Zephyr, and New Directions. Assistant professor at the University of Hong Kong, his translation Notes on the Mosquito: Selected Poems of Xi Chuan won the 2013 Lucien Stryk Prize, and his October Dedications, translations of the poetry of Mang Ke, is forthcoming from Zephyr and Chinese University Press.


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Tribunals of Erudition and Taste: or, Why Translations of Premodern Chinese Poetry Are Having a Moment Right Now
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