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Poets & Writers Page

수필 리 박

(秀筆 李 朴)

Suphil Lee Park is a bilingual writer, poet, and translator who was born and grew up in South Korea. Educated at NYU and UT Austin, she is the author of a poetry collection Present Tense Complex, winner of the Marystina Santiestevan Prize (Conduit Books & Ephemera, 2021) and a poetry chapbook, Still Life, selected by Ilya Kaminsky as the winner of the 2022 Tomaž Šalamun Prize (forthcoming from Factory Hollow Press). She is also the translator of If I’m Going to Live to One Hundred, I May As Well Be Happy by Rhee Kun Hoo (forthcoming from Union Square Books, U.S. and Ebury, Penguin U.K). She won the 2021 Indiana Review Fiction Prize and received a fiction prize from Writer’s Digest.


New England Review: Kim Wooncho

“In Response to Seolpah’s Poem”

New England Review: Lee Okbong

“Verse of Snow”

The Montreal Prize Anthology


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