Cover features a withering, crumpled flower.

Ghosts Still Walking

Do Nguyen Mai

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978-0-9935321-1-5 · 96 pages · 129 × 198 mm · Apr. 2016

Drawing from Vietnam’s long and turbulent history—from Phùng Thi Chính’s suicide in the river Hát, to the casualties of the Vietnam War—Do’s poems highlight the constant struggles of love and survival, and a country’s continuing fight to preserve its traditional way of life.

Ghosts Still Walking was long-listed for the 2017 Elgin Awards in the ‘Full-length Books’ category.

Do Nguyen Mai is a Vietnamese American poet and advocate for Vietnamese America’s future. She is Courage Campaign’s first Political Fellow, a recipient of the 2017–2018 Rose O’Neill Literary House Jacoby Endowment Grant, and the founding executive editor of Rambutan Literary.

Praise & Reviews

Do Nguyen Mai’s poetry is elegant, beautiful, and will not hesitate to gut you in the same breath. — Alex Dang

There sits within these poems astounding, paralyzing moments of awe for its readers. — Greg Bem, Yellow Rabbits

I have yet to read a poetry collection that is more haunting than [Do’s] Ghosts Still Walking. — Noor Hindi