Thanh-Thanh is the pen-name of Nhuan Xuan Le, leader of the 'Xay-Dung' literary group and publishing house that was recognized as one of the main branches of the Vietnam Cultural Tree diagram exhibited at the unique pre-1975 National Cultural Festival in Saigon, capital of the former Republic of Vietnam.
After his resettlement in the States in 1992, Thanh-Thanh began to write in and translate into English his own and his fellow-poets' work.
His poems were featured in some 30 anthologies of English poetry published in the USA and UK.
He is a member of PEN International (Center USA) . more »
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- Under the Purple Flowers
- My Life for My Mom's Laughter
- The Right To Vote
- Grant Me a Smile
- Filial Piety
- The Train Whistle
- To Yosemite Thinking Back to Vietnam
- The Days Dad Got Imprisoned
- In Memory of My Father
- Nostalgic Autumn
- Laud to Pope John Paul II
- Owing to Eve
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