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Angie Chuang is a journalist who writes poetry, or a poet who writes newspaper articles-depending on your perspective. Her poems have appeared in Windfall: A Journal of Poetry of Place, and Spirit in the Words, an anthology of poetry written by journalists. "Tet Lion Dance" is part of Latitude 10∞ 45', a collection of sonnets about a 2003 trip to Vietnam. Angie has been on the staff of The Oregonian, The Hartford Courant and the Los Angeles Times over the past 10 years, specializing in writing about race and cultural issues.
Winning Entry: Tet Lion Dance
Contest Won: War Poetry Contest 2004, Finalist