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Lydia Kwa's voice is drenched in memory. Speaking at several junctures, both Singapore-born and, her poetry carries the pain and historic wealth of her passage. It murmurs stories, laconic, profound, stories that tell whole shapes of lives in a few lines. Family anecdotes, fragments of intimacy, life stories of friends - these poems open windows onto the compulsions that form inner landscapes.

Lydia Kwa (born 1959 in Singapore) is a Canadian writer and psychologist. First coming to Canada in 1980, Kwa studied psychology at the University of Toronto and Queen's University. She published one short story and a volume of poetry in the 1990s, but has concentrated primarily on novels since.

LYDIA KWA is the author of a poetry collection, The Colours of Heroines, and two novels, This Place Called Absence and The Walking Boy, which was shortlisted for the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize. She was born in Singapore and moved to Canada in 1980. After obtaining a . c

LYDIA KWA is the author of a poetry collection, The Colours of Heroines, and two novels, This Place Called Absence and The Walking Boy, which was shortlisted for the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize. c. in psychology at the University of Toronto, Kwa studied at Queen's University and obtained her . in Clinical Psychology. She now lives and works in Vancouver as a writer and psychologist. Please see ww. ydiakwa. com for more on the author.

Colours of Heroines, The. (Lydia Kwa's voice is drenched in memory. This Place Called Absence. com/Books in Canada First Novel Award. Shortlisted for the Re-Lit Fiction Award. A lush and intricately layered novel of despair, hope and the transformational power of the imagination.

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Through the mind's eye Lydia Kwa charts the path of the stranger in a new land, the immigrant seeking escape, and transformation from the suffering of the past. Praise for sinuous: "In this fresh suite of poems, Kwa brings great intelligence and sensitivity to bear upon the shock-absorbing process of embodiment, and troubles with integrity. Multiple trans-Pacific passages, roles of persons, and conceptions of divinity.

The Colour of Heroines (1994, poetry). This Place Called Absence (2000, novel). The Walking Boy (2005, novel). Sinuous (2013, poetry). a b c d e Lydia Kwa at Ryerson University Library's Asian Heritage in Canada database. Guiyou Huang and Emmanuel Sampath Nelson, eds. Asian-American Poets: A Bio-Bibliographical Critical Sourcebook. The Colour of Heroines (1994, poetry). This Place Called Absence (2000, novel)

Lydia Kwa (born 1959 in Singapore) is a Canadian writer and psychologist.

Lydia Kwa's voice is drenched in memory. Speaking at several junctures, both Singapore-born and Vancouver-habituated, her poetry carries the pain and historic wealth of her passage. It murmurs stories, laconic, profound, stories that tell whole shapes of lives in a few lines. Family anecdotes, fragments of intimacy, life stories of friends - these poems open windows onto the compulsions that form inner landscapes. Equally at hom ein a finely cadenced erotic lyric or candid and multi-layered prose, her writing resonates well beyond the edge of the page.""- Daphne Marlatt
Colours of Heroines, The ebook
Author:
Lydia Kwa
Category:
Poetry
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EPUB size:
1949 kb
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1449 kb
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Publisher:
Women's Press (UK); 1st edition (1994)
Pages:
80 pages
Rating:
4.5
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