Nobel Laureate Mo Yan, whose name literally means “don’t speak,” is renowned for his fiction, which includes The Garlic Ballads; Red Sorghum; Shifu, You'll Do Anything for a Laugh; Life and Death Are Wearing Me Out; The Republic of Wine; and Big Breasts and Wide Hips (all translated into English by Professor Howard Goldblatt). Mo Yan’s fiction has captivated a global audience… Continue reading Book Excerpt from Mo Yan Speaks
Cambria Press is proud to be a sponsor for the #AAS2021 conference. Here are a few of the new books that we will be showcasing: #AAS2021 Book Highlights from Cambria Press Mo Yan Speaks: Lectures and Speeches by the Nobel Laureate from China by Mo Yan (translated by Shiyan Xu; foreword by Jonathan Stalling) “To… Continue reading #AAS2021 Highlights
Here are a few outstanding Cambria Press books you can get (or give) on Amazon Kindle: The Jin Yong Phenomenon: Chinese Martial Arts Fiction and Modern Chinese Literary History by Ann Huss and Jianmei Liu (eds). $27.99 “A successful study of Jin Yong’s literature with valuable and insightful opinions … a pleasure to read.” —CLEAR… Continue reading Essential Books on Modern China on Amazon Kindle
E. K Tan, author of Rethinking Chineseness: Translational Sinophone Identities in the Nanyang Literary World , will be presiding tomorrow at 1:45 p.m. at the session Mapping Literature and Linguistics: The Politics of Place and History in Malaysia and Singapore . See also http://goo.gl/0yF8Mh Visit the Cambria Press booth (402) in the book exhibit… Continue reading #MLA15 Mapping Literature and Linguistics – E. K. Tan Presenting Tomorrow @ 1:45 p.m.
Paul Manfredi, author of Modern Poetry in China: A Visual-Verbal Dynamic, will be presiding today at 5:15 p.m. at the session The Fiction of Mo Yan: Post–Nobel Prize Assessments. See also http://goo.gl/HmWvaX Visit the Cambria Press booth (402) in the book exhibit hall and enter our #MLA15 book-giveaway draw for a chance to win this… Continue reading #MLA15 Fiction of Mo Yan: Post–Nobel Prize Assessments – Paul Manfredi Presiding Today @ 5:15 p.m.
Shelley Chan, author of A Subversive Voice in China: The Fictional World of Mo Yan, will be presenting today at 5:15 p.m. at the session Memory as Absence, Rhetoric, Identity, and Critique in Mo Yan’s Fiction. See also http://goo.gl/9OLkXW Visit the Cambria Press booth (402) in the book exhibit hall and enter our #MLA15 book-giveaway… Continue reading #MLA15 On Mo Yan’s Fiction – Shelley Chan will be presenting today @5:15 p.m.
Paul Manfredi, author of Modern Poetry in China: A Visual-Verbal Dynamic, will be presiding tomorrow at 1:45 p.m. at the session Contemporary Chinese Poetry and the Other Arts. See also http://goo.gl/HmWvaX Visit the Cambria Press booth (402) in the book exhibit hall and enter our #MLA15 book-giveaway draw for a chance to win this book!… Continue reading #MLA15 Contemporary Chinese Poetry and the Other Arts – Paul Manfredi Presiding Tomorrow @ 1:45 p.m.
There couldn't be a better endorsement than from Dr. Howard Goldblatt, the translator of Mo Yan's novels: “I recommend this first full-length study in English to anyone who wants the perfect complement to their reading of Mo Yan’s novels.” Browse A Subversive Voice in China: The Fictional World of Mo Yan by Shelley Chan, associate professor… Continue reading #MLA15 Mo Yan fans! Here’s the perfect complement to the Nobel laureate’s novels!
Read the Inside Higher Ed article about Mo Yan in which Cambria Press author Shelley Chan was interviewed! See also the Cambria Press Q&A session with Professor Chan, author of A Subversive Voice in China: The Fictional World of Mo Yan! * * * * * * * * Recommend this book to your library! Librarians… Continue reading Cambria Press author Shelley Chan interviewed by Inside Higher Ed for Mo Yan Article
Cambria Press congratulates Mo Yan on winning the Nobel Prize in literature! It comes as no surprise that Mo Yan has won this coveted award––the recognition of Mo Yan’s work is well deserved. In 2011 Cambria Press published the most comprehensive exposition of Mo Yan’s fiction in any language. In A Subversive Voice in China: The… Continue reading Cambria Press Congratulates Mo Yan on Winning the Nobel Prize in Literature!