Book of Liu Xiaobo poetry to be published in English
US publisher buys rights to collection of poetry remembering Tiananmen Square massacre by Nobel peace prize winner
Minneapolis-based independent publisher Graywolf Press has bought world rights to a first English-language collection of poetry by Chinese poet and newly anointed Nobel peace laureate Liu Xiaobo.
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