- Ming Di
Ming Di was born in China and lives in the United States as a poet and translator. Publications of her poetry include six books in Chinese, a selection of her work translated into English titled River Merchant’s Wife (Marick Press/USA, 2012), and translations of her work in other languages. She edited and co-translated New Cathay: Contemporary Chinese Poetry
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