Kim Sun-woo was born in 1970. She made her debut in 1996 with Old Road to Daegwanlyeong and 10 other poems in Quarterly Changbi. She has been active in all facets of literature, from poetry to essays and fiction. Her work is a strong, sensual expression of ecofeminism and Eastern philosophy with a sense of vitality, maternity, realistic criticism, and cosmic imagination. Kim’s published works include the poetry collections If My Tongue Refuse to Stay Locked Inside My Body, Asleep Under the Peach Blossoms and Who Fell Asleep Opened.

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Banipal 43 - Celebrating Denys Johnson-Davies (2012)