Mang Ke

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Mang Ke (芒克, original name Jiang Shiwei), born in 1951,[1] is a prominent Chinese poet and co-founder (with Bei Dao) of the underground literary journal Jintian (Today),[2] which appeared irregularly between 1978 and 1980 before being shut down by the Chinese Government.[1]

Considered a member of the Misty Poets,[3] Mang Ke's works were never officially recognized and appeared primarily as photocopies.[1]

Mang Ke is also an accomplished painter.[4]

Interviews[edit]

In 2015, he was interviewed by the Franco-Chinese online channel CAP33.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Bei, Dao; Pei, Tao (1993). Barnstone, Tony, ed. Out of the Howling Storm: The New Chinese Poetry. Wesleyan University Press. p. Biography Notes XX. ISBN 0-8195-1210-9. Retrieved 2009-03-25. 
  2. ^ McDougall, Bonnie S.; Louie, Kam (1997). The Literature of China in the Twentieth Century. Columbia University Press. p. 426. ISBN 0-231-11084-7. 
  3. ^ A Brief Guide to Misty Poets
  4. ^ Historical Dictionary of Modern Chinese Literature
  5. ^ http://www.cap33.com/show.php?id=406