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Dr. Ray Hsu is author of two award-winning books of poetry. While completing his Ph.D. in English Literary Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, he taught for over two years at in US prison, where he founded the Prison Writing Workshop.
He teaches poetry at UBC, where he taught the first-ever Asian Canadian Creative Writing workshop. He is also former editor of Ricepaper magazine. He lectures widely on creativity, including a TEDxSFU talk on "How to Live a Creative Life."
Anthropy (Nightwood Editions, 2004, winner of the Gerald Lampert Award, nominated for a Trillium Book Award in Poetry)
Cold Sleep Permanent Afternoon (Nightwood Editions, 2010, winner of an Alcuin Award)
How to Live a Creative Life <<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRVIQFGQVUc&list=PLsRNoUx8w3rOYa4xS9lgkQZpgrCRQyksz&index=7&feature=plpp_video >>