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Yin Xiaoyuan(Y?n Xi?oyuán, “???” in Chinese) is an avant-garde, crossover epic poet as well as a trans-genre & multilingual writer, founder of Poetic Encyclopaedist School(in the year of 2007), initiator of hermaphroditic writing movement and chief drafter of Declaration of Hermaphroditic Writing. She is author of 18 encyclopaedic epics (add up to a total of 70 thousand lines) and 24 series of short poems with themes varying from physics, chemistry, biology, geography, geology, psychology, calligraphy, photography, musicology, geometry, atmospheric science to information sciences. She has gained membership of Translators Association of China, the Poetry Institute of China Yin Xiaoyuan(Y?n Xi?oyuán, “???” in Chinese) is an avant-garde, crossover epic poet as well as a trans-genre & multilingual writer, founder of Poetic Encyclopaedist School(in the year of 2007), initiator of hermaphroditic writing movement and chief drafter of Declaration of Hermaphroditic Writing. She is author of 18 encyclopaedic epics (add up to a total of 70 thousand lines) and 24 series of short poems with themes varying from physics, chemistry, biology, geography, geology, psychology, calligraphy, photography, musicology, geometry, atmospheric science to information sciences. She has gained membership of Translators Association of China, the Poetry Institute of China and of Beijing Writers’ Association. Her works in Chinese, English, Japanese, German and French were widely published home and abroad in U.S.A.,Canada, Japan, Germany, Australian and Thailand, etc. 7 books written by her have been published so far. A Brief Introduction to Poetic Encyclopaedist School Poetic Encyclopaedist School, an avant-garde, experimental, independent,and controversial literary group, based geographically in China, founded by epic poet Yin Xiaoyuan in 2007 which consists of “Creation Unit”, mainly composed of maverick, innovative, tradition-defying epic poets, novelists and trans-genre writers engaged

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The Group 0 Elements

The Group 0 Elements By Xiaoyuan Yin A guy walked by but no footsteps were heard. It could be on any dusk You sat in the community garden wrapped in a shabby grey blanket, disguised as a blind man -- thronging feet sparkled on your eardrums like ...

by Xiaoyuan Yin

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4 years ago

Conjugated Effect

Conjugated Effect By Xiaoyuan Yin You are not much of a sharer, especially when it comes to your geothermal power, Ultraviolet light, and the butterfly-shaped ozonosphere. Even so, you have lent to your brother A hand and a foot, even the sidew...

by Xiaoyuan Yin

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4 years ago

Schwann Cells

Schwann Cells By Xiaoyuan Yin An insect: never wanna risk my life to fly over This net, shaped like a fluorescent anemone, emerging out of a bleak paleness. (THAT is the nervous system of a human-being) The spider: I’ll return at dawn, when drea...

by Xiaoyuan Yin

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4 years ago

Family Feud, or Coevolution

Family Feud, or Coevolution By Xiaoyuan Yin It flows from remote antiquity into unchronicled future ages: Oceans and fresh continental shelves, Nautiluses and sea scorpions, Also, catfish and their ‘feathered prey’-- the pigeons; Now it is bet...

by Xiaoyuan Yin

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4 years ago

Communication Behaviors

Communication Behaviors By Xiaoyuan Yin Stained with walnut and saffron oil, the skeleton of his life is now pegged Out on the line. The curly fringe was taken off, half rack of ribs removed, And thumbtack holes exposed, which seem rusty against...

by Xiaoyuan Yin

added by catherineink
4 years ago

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