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by Tsering Dhompa

eBook Rules of the House download ISBN: 0966993799
Author: Tsering Dhompa
Publisher: Apogee Press (December 1, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 96
ePub: 1777 kb
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Rating: 4.3
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Poetry

Tsering Wangmo Dhompa (born 1969) is the first Tibetan female poet to be published in English. She was raised in India and Nepal. Tsering received her BA from Lady Sri Sram College, Delhi University.

Tsering Wangmo Dhompa (born 1969) is the first Tibetan female poet to be published in English. She pursued her MA from University of Massachusetts Amherst and her MFA in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University. in literature from the University of California, Santa Cruz and is currently an assistant professor in the English Department at Villanova University.

Her first book of poems, RULES OF THE HOUSE, published by Apogee Press in 2002 was a finalist for the Asian American Literary Awards in 2003.

Temporarily out of stock. Her first book of poems, RULES OF THE HOUSE, published by Apogee Press in 2002 was a finalist for the Asian American Literary Awards in 2003. Other publications include IN THE ABSENT EVERYDAY (Apogee Press, 2005) and two chapbooks, In Writing the Names (. acus, Potes & Poets Press) and Recurring Gestures (Tangram Press). Tsering works for a San Francisco based non-profit foundation that provides humanitarian aid to people of the Himalayas.

Rules of the House book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. by. Tsering W. Dhompa.

Rules of the House Her debut book of poems, Rules of the House, published by Apogee Press in 2002 was a finalist for the Asian American Literary Awards in 2003.

Rules of the House Contents. Her debut book of poems, Rules of the House, published by Apogee Press in 2002 was a finalist for the Asian American Literary Awards in 2003. Other publications include My Rice Tastes Like the Lake (Apogee Press 2011), In the Absent Everyday (also from Apogee Press), and 2 chapbooks: In Writing the Names (. acus, Poets & Poets Press) and Recurring Gestures (Tangram Press)

Dhompa captures her fractured self through explorations of her Tibetan heritage, her immigrant coming of age, and all the . It is not the accuracy of the story that concerns us, the author writes in the title’s opening poem.

Dhompa captures her fractured self through explorations of her Tibetan heritage, her immigrant coming of age, and all the stories in between in this elliptical collection. But who gets to tell it. Dhompa captures her fractured self through explorations of her Tibetan heritage, her immigrant coming-of-age, and all the stories in between in this elliptical collection.

Tsering Wangmo Dhompa, the first Tibetan woman poet in English to be published in the West, is one of the representative voices of exiled Tibetans. Her first book of poems Rules of the House was a finalist for the Asian American Literary Awards in 2003. The new generation Tibetans1 in exile have just begun to articulate themselves using literary metaphors.

Rules of the House Tsering received her MA from University of Massachusetts Amherst and her MFA in Creative Writing from San Francisco. Tsering received her MA from University of Massachusetts Amherst and her MFA in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University. Other publications include My Rice Tastes Like the Lake (Apogee Press 2011), In.

Tsering Wangmo Dhompa is the first Tibetan female poet to be published in English. California, Santa Cruz

My rice tastes like the lake was a finalist for the Northern California Independent Bookseller’s Book of the Year Award for 2012.

is the author of three collections of poetry: My rice tastes like the lake, In the Absent Everyday and Rules of the House (all from Apogee Press, Berkeley). My rice tastes like the lake was a finalist for the Northern California Independent Bookseller’s Book of the Year Award for 2012. Dhompa's first non-fiction book, Coming Home to Tibet was published by Shambhala Publications in 2016. She teaches creative writing and is a PhD candidate in Literature at the University of California in Santa Cruz.

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Poetry. Asian American Studies. "Dhompa's potent suite of poems elucidates the humanness and adversities of the Tibetan diaspora. You enter the immigrant girl-child's bifurcated world, coming and going, language to language, culture to culture, from childhood to sexuality. A lovely explication of 'dharma—things as they are, and how precious they are, no special pleading—Anne Waldman.