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----THE WRITERS POST is a non-aligned, non-political magazine that focuses on the world of literature. Saomai/ Nguyen Sao Mai has no affiliation with any political organization, supports no political movement, has never allied himself with any literary group or association.The magazine is under the ownership and editorship of N. As always, The Writers Post maintains independence and objectivity in serving the literary community.The editor reserves the right to refuse the contributors suggestion that certain information should be added from the submitted CV, and the right to omit certain information, even if it is factual.Also, please be advised that all biographical introductions to contributors published in The Writers Post are The Writers Posts properties, copyrighted by The Writers Post, and cannot be in any ways and means reused by the contributor or anyone)CHRISTOPHER BARNES, British poet, won the Northern Arts Writers Award in 1998, published the debut poetry collection LOVEBITES in 2005 (Chanticleer Press, 6/1 Jamaica Mews, Edinburgh).As a poet taking an active part in the literary circles of Newcastle, Christopher Barnes involved in events and partook in workshops, works include making radio programme for Web community radio, entering a poem/visual image into The Art Caf project, making a digital film with artists Kate Sweeney and Julie Ballands at a film making workshop called Out Of The Picture which was shown at the festival party for Proudwords.Also, Christopher Barnes worked on the collaborative art and literature project How Gay Are Your Genes, facilitated by poet Lisa Mathews, exhibited at The Hatton Gallery, Newcastle University.
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As a member of the Vietnamese Young Artists Association since 1968 she had regular exhibitions in Saigon, Paris, and many cities in Germany and the US.
From 1995 to 1998 she participated in Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition An Ocean Apart touring 12 Museums in the USA.
Its aim is nothing less than to bring to the reader literary works from established and new writers, in the original language and in translation.
Its part in translation is to introduce a foreign literature to those who appreciate not only the enjoyment of reading, but also the knowing and understanding of other cultures. It features selected pieces in a variety of genres, and will include Post magazine at This electronic literary magazine was launched on July 1999, with an emphasis on what the Wordbridge intends: to bring to readers who may want to read the literary works originally written in the Vietnamese language for long entrenched behind the barrier of language.