Chinese (including Classical)

Allaster, John (with Bozhou Men) (Chinese). Shi Zhecun, “Miss de Luxe.” 26.1, 172.


Brady, Taylor (with Paul Festa and David Hazard) (Chinese). Chen Yingsong, “The Leopard’s Last Dance.” 26.1, 131.


Cai, Meghan (Chinese). Wang Jingtao, “A Sweet Kiss After Wine.” 26.1, 202.


Cheung, Esther M.K. (with Michelle L.Y. Kwok). (Chinese) Xi Xi, “‘The Dream Factory,’ from Mourning for the Breast.” 17.1, 262.


Farman, Michael. (Classical Chinese) Shi-Jing, “Consider the Rat.” 13.1, 128.
—(Classical Chinese) Shi-Jing, “The Han River.” 13.1, 130.
—(Classical Chinese) Shi-Jing, “North Wind.” 13.1, 132.
—(Classical Chinese) Shi-Jing, “The Ospreys.” 13.1, 134.
—(Classical Chinese) Shi-Jing, “Rabbit’s Running.” 13.1, 136.
—(Classical Chinese) Shi-Jing, “Splendor of the Lily.” 13.1, 138.
—(Classical Chinese) Shi-Jing, “Swan Geese.” 13.1, 140.


Festa, Paul (with Taylor Brady, David Hazard) (Chinese). Chen Yingsong, “The Leopard’s Last Dance.” 26.1, 131.


Foreman, Alex (Chinese). Xi Peilan, “Crossing the Yangtze.” 26.1, 40.

—Foreman (Chinese). Du Fu, “Staying the Night in a Riverside Villa.” 26.1, 76.

—Foreman (Chinese). Du, “The Conscription.” 26.1, 78.

—Foreman (Chinese). Du, “Ballad of the Fair Lady.” 26.1, 82.

—Foreman (Chinese). Li Bo, “The River-Merchant’s Wife: A Longgully Love Song.” 26.1, 86.

—Foreman (Chinese). Wang Wei, “Presented to Subprefect Zhang.” 26.1, 90.

—Foreman (Chinese). Anonymous (Han Era), “South of the Walls We Fought.” 26.1, 100.


Hazard, David (with Paul Festa and Taylor Brady) (Chinese). Chen Yingsong, “The Leopard’s Last Dance.” 26.1, 131.


Hu, Amelia (Chinese). Fan Xiaoqing, “Dream Delivery Express.” 26.1, 116.


Huang, Harry J. (Chinese) Gao Weixi, “My Wife’s Hands.” 18.1, 214.


Klein, Lucas (Chinese). Xi Chuan, “On Fan Kuan’s Monumental Landscape Scroll Travelers Among Mountains and Streams.” 26.1, 22.

Klein (Chinese). Chuan, “Once More on Fan Kuan’s Travelers Among Mountains and Streams.” 26.1, 24.


Kwok, Michelle L.Y. (with Esther M.K. Cheung). (Chinese) Xi Xi, “‘The Dream Factory,’ from Mourning for the Breast.” 17.1, 262.


Li, Dong. (Chinese) Changming Yuan, “Tongiht I Chant the Scripture.” 25.1, 82.
—(Chinese) Yuan, “High Voltage.” 25.1, 82.


Li, Dongqiao. (Chinese) Haizi, “To the Bodhisattva on my Neck.” 18.1, 18.
—(Chinese) Haizi, “In the Vast Grassland, Had a Premonition of the Sea Falling Upon Us.” 18.1, 22.


Men, Bozhou (with John Allaster) (Chinese). Shi Zhecun, “Miss de Luxe.” 26.1, 172.


Meredith, Hyacinthus (Chinese). Mao, Zedong, “Sixteen Character Rhyme: Shan.” 26.1, 38.


Morrigan, Pan (Chinese). Ouyang Xiu, “Spring in the Hidden Valley.” 26.1, 62.


Moyer, Jessica (Chinese). Li Yu, “Cherishing the Fragrant Companion, Scene 10: Playful Vows.” 26.1, 216.


Mullen, William. (Chinese) Du Fu, “Spring Prospect,” “From the Lake Tower.” 6.2, 122.
—(Greek) Pindar, “Tenth Olympian Ode.” 7.1, 113.


Ruoen, Fan (Chinese). Su Shi, “A Dream on the Night of the Twentieth of the First Lunar Month of Yi-Mao Year.” 26.1, 60.

—Ruoen (Chinese). Zhang Jiuling, “Longing for Her Love afar on a Moonlit Night.” 26.1, 72.

—Ruoen (Chinese). Du Fu, “Composed on a Night after His Departure from Sichuan.” 26.1, 74.


Schenk, Leslie. (Chinese and Japanese) “Six Poems from Ideograms.” 7.1, 56.


Shupala, Andy. (Classical Chinese) Chang Chi, poems 9.2, 202.


Schoenberger, Casey (Chinese). Xu Wei, “Rhapsody on the Lotus.” 26.1, 42.


Stenberg, Josh. (Chinese) Potato Brother (Yu Kuichao), “A cruel kind of a process.” 23.1, 150.


Sujane, Wu (with Pan Morrigan) (Chinese). Ouyang Xiu, “Spring in the Hidden Valley.” 26.1, 62.

—Sujane (Chinese). Ouyang, “Outing to Langye Mountain.” 26.1, 64.

—Sujane (Chinese). Ouyang, “Presented to the Daoist Li Jingxian.” 26.1, 66.

—Sujane (Chinese). Ouyang, “A Song Presented to Shen Zun.” 26.1, 70.


Terayama, Shuki. (Chinese) Shuki Terayama, “The Painter and the Viewer.” 25.1, 80.
— (Chinese) Terayama, “Migrating.” 25.1, 80.


Ting, Wang. (Chinese) Su Tong, “What Does Your Husband Do?” 26.1, 105.


Tsao, Joanne (Chinese). Yuan Haowen, “Written to the Lyric Pattern Mulan Hua Man: Two Poems on “Roaming the Three Terraces.”” 26.1, 54.


Wei-hsin, Lin (Chinese). Eileen Chang, “My Views on Su Qing.” 26.1, 180.

—Wei-hsin (Chinese). Chang, “The Sayings of my Aunt.” 26.1, 198.


Wong, Elaine (Chinese). Chen Li, “Ariettas: An Excerpt.” 26.1, 30.

—Wong (Chinese). Chen, “Memorandum of A Forgotten Comforter.” 26.1, 32.

—Wong (Chinese). Chen, “Rio de Ouro, 1500.” 26.1, 34.


Xurong, Kong (Chinese). Fu Xuan, “Fu on the Weathervane with Preface.” 26.1, 92.

—Xurong (Chinese). Fu, “Fu on the Milfiol.” 26.1, 94.

—Xurong (Chinese). Fu, “Fu on the Hound.” 26.1, 96.


Yuemin, He (Chinese). Classic of Poetry, “Swallows.” 26.1, 102.