Contributors / March 2016 (Issue 31)

Douglas Penick
ImageDouglas Penick's work is concerned with cultural loss and continuity. He has written novels on the 3rd Ming Emperor's re-creation of an Empire (Journey of the North Star) and about searching for enlightened society amid social collapse (Dreamers and Their Shadows). He wrote libretti for King Gesar (Sony CD) and Ashoka's Dream (Santa Fe Opera) and three book-length episodes from the Gesar of Ling epic. Shorter works have appeared in Cahiers de L'Herne, AGNI, Chicago Quarterly, New England Quarterly, Kyoto Journal, Tricycle, and other places. This April, Wakefield Press will publish his and Charles Ré's translation of Pascal Quignard's A Terrace In Rome. Visit his website for more information. [Fiction]

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