Linh Dinh is an accomplished author, poet and translator. He was awarded a Pew Fellowship in 1993 and hosted in Certaldo, Italy, as a guest of the International parliament of Writers and Cities of Asylum. He has written two collections of short stories, Fake House and Blood and Soap, and two books of poems, All Around What Empties Out and American Tatts. His work has been anthologised in Best American Poetry 2000, Best American Poetry 2004 and Great American Prose Poems from Poe to the Present.
"Not only are these stories, almost without exception, very strong on purely literary grounds, but they also provide an invaluable first-hand documentation of a society undergoing rapid change." - Times Literary Supplement "A forceful and stunning compendium by a talented editor, Night, Again is unquestionably one of the finest literary entries in years from the new Asia and is essential for modern Asia-Pacific collections." - Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries "Night, Again is fresh, invigorating work. Taken all together, these brief prose pieces have the scope of a fine novel." - Philadelphia Inquirer"