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Yin Xiaoyuan (Yīn Xiǎoyuán, “殷晓媛” in Chinese) is an avant-garde, crossover epic poet as well as a trans-genre & multilingual writer, founder of Encyclopedic Poetry School (in the year of 2007), initiator of hermaphroditic writing movement and chief drafter of Declaration of Hermaphroditic Writing. She is author of 18 encyclopaedic epics (add up to a total of 70 thousand lines) and 24 series of short poems with themes varying from physics, chemistry, biology, geography, geology, psychology, calligraphy, photography, musicology, geometry, atmospheric science to information sciences. She has gained membership of Translators Association of China, the Poetry Institute of China and of Beijing Writers’ Association. Her works in Chinese, English, Japanese, German and French were widely published home and abroad in U.S.A.,Canada, Japan, Germany, Australian and Thailand, etc. 7 books written by her have been published so far.
The following work is Copyright © 2016, and owned by Yin Xiaoyuan and may not be distributed or reprinted in any form whatsoever without written permission from the author.
Alternating Current, either Turbulent or Serene
On the beach, you asked the man in grayish windbreaker:
James Babbs is a writer, a dreamer, a three-time loser and an all-around nice guy who just wants to be left alone. He lives in the small town of Stanford, Illinois, population 700 and holding. James is the author of Disturbing The Light (2013), The Weight of Invisible Things (2013), Another Beautiful Night (2010) & Dictionary of Chaos, and has hundreds of poems and a few short stories scattered all over the internet.
The following work is Copyright © 2016, and owned by James Babbs and may not be distributed or reprinted in any form whatsoever without written permission from the author.
so there we were
Big Fat Moon
big fat moon