Lecture: Jee Leong Koh
"Translation as a Literary Trope,” poet and publisher Jee Leong Koh.
Jee Leong Koh is the author of Steep Tea (Carcanet), named a Best Book of the Year by UK's Financial Times and a Finalist by Lambda Literary in the USA. He has published three other books of poems, Payday Loans (Poets Wear Prada Press, Math Paper Press), Equal to the Earth (Bench Press), and Seven Studies for a Self Portrait (Bench Press), and a collection of zuihitsu, The Pillow Book (Math Paper Press, Awai Books), which was shortlisted for the Singapore Literature Prize. His work has been translated into Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Malay, Russian, and Latvian.
The author lives in New York City. He is the founder of the literary non-profit Singapore Unbound, which organizes the biennial Singapore Literature Festival in New York City and the monthly Second Saturdays Reading Series, and publishes works of poetry, fiction and creative non-fiction through the Gaudy Boy imprint, and book reviews and artist interviews on SP Blog.
This event is presented by COMPASS, the Comparative Literature & Intercultural Studies Graduate Student Organization, in partnership with the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts as part of the Willson Center's 2021 Global Georgia Initiative public events series.
Advance registration for the event, which will be conducted via Zoom webinar, is required and available here.
Thursday, March 25 at 4:30pm