Eastern Promises Gift Package
Did you miss out on some of these titles when they first came out? Here’s your chance to catch up.
AN AMAZING VALUE!!
- The Family China by Ann Shin – $20
- Ghost Country by Steve Noyes – $18
- Ink Monkey by Diana Hartog – $18
- Introduction to the Introduction to Wang Wei by Pain Not Bread – $14
- The Pearl King and Other Poems by Catherine Greenwood – $16
Ann Shin shares poems about the sense of belonging, about the tenuous ties we make across borders both international and internal in The Family China (2013).
Visit contemporary China with Steve Noyes in Ghost Country (2006).
“Give Diana Hartog a subject – monkeys, frogs, jellyfish, or a Japanese printmaker on the Tokaido road – and she will play riffs that dazzle….”, says Rosemary Sullivan about Ink Monkey (2006).
Contemplate the “free variations” on poems by Wang Wei and other writers of the Tang Dynasty in Introduction to the Introduction to Wang Wei (2000) by Pain Not Bread, a collaborative writing group composed of Roo Borson, Kim Maltman and Andy Patton.
Catherine Greenwood draws on the stories and legends which surround the development of cultured pearls in The Pearl King and Other Poems (2004).
A value of $86.00 for $25.00 – that is a bargain!!