| Phan Hao|| Poet|
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Phan Nhiên Hạo (born 1967) is a Vietnamese poet and translator, living in the United States.
He was born in Kontum, Vietnam, came to the US in 1991 and now lives in Illinois. He has a BA in Vietnamese Literature from The Teachers College of Saigon, a BA in American Literature from UCLA, and a Master in Library Science, also from UCLA. He is the author of two collections of poems, Paradise of Paper Bells (Thiên Đường Chuông Giấy, 1998) and Manufacturing Poetry 99-04 (Chế Tạo Thơ Ca 99-04 2004). His poems have been translated into English and published in the journals The Literary Review, Manoa, xconnect and Filling Station, and in Of Vietnam: Identities in Dialogues (Palgrave 2001), and in a full-length, bilingual collection, Night, Fish and Charlie Parker, translated by Linh Dinh (Tupelo 2006). Vince Gotera reviews this book in the North American Review: