Thursday 29 September 2011

To Whom It May Concern:

This is to certify that this man is
A half-backed nut flew off
From a disused frying pen,
A black pebble shot forth
From an un-owned sling,
A broken eggshell
Fallen off from an abandoned nest.
He is equipped with claws
Horns, tails, hoofs and hunger.
He is an anti-anti-social element
Constantly throwing up words
Into the degradable social garbage.

Tuesday 6 September 2011


Sungchuk Kyi
Sungchuk Kyi was born in Amdo, Northeastern Tibet. She is, perhaps, one of the most accomplished exile Tibetan women poets writing in Tibetan. Her poetry books include Tomb, Corals' Fate  and Cry of the Earth, a collection of short stories.

She escaped from Tibet in 2002 after a renewed crackdown on Tibetan literature and intellectuals by the Chinese authorities. Kyi's new book collection of poems is ready for publication.