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2013 People's Literature Awards Announced the Poetry of Ningbo Poet Rong Rong's Works 2013-12-12


The 2013 People's Literature Award was presented in Beijing yesterday, and 11 outstanding works won this award. Among them, Ningbo local poet Rong Rong is famous on the list, and won the excellent poetry award for his group poem "Slow Voice". The selection committee consists of writers, critics and senior editors such as Ge Fei, Li Wei, He Shaojun and Huo Junming. Alai’s "The Righteousness: Two Hundred Years of Khampa Legend" won the "non-fiction" award; Qiao Ye's novel "The Confession Book" won the novel novel award; Chen He's novel "猹" and Xiao Jianghong "蛊镇" won the middle article The novel award for excellence; Bi Feiyu's "The Rain" and Jia Pingwa's "The River Down" won the short story excellence award. It is worth noting that He Jiesheng, an award-winning author of the excellent prose award, has an inexhaustible father, He Long. In the award-winning work "Father's Snow Mountain, Mother's Grassland", she traces the war years with affectionate brushstrokes. She grew up in her parents' career, was promoted, and wandered and grew up, writing the strength and tenacity of life. "The award is really unexpected. My prose is written by my parents. I was born 18 days later, my father took me to the Long March." He Jiesheng said at the awards ceremony yesterday. Another award-winning work of the Excellent Prose Award is Zhou Xiaofeng's "Tooth Mark", which records the unforgettable growth experience brought about by tooth deformity. For poetry, the jury believes that Liu Nian's poem "Fiction" is a true poem and a poem of fable. Therefore, the outstanding poetry award is awarded to Liu Nian. In addition, the poetry of the poet Rong Rong of Ningbo, "Slow Voice" also won the award for outstanding poetry. The jury believes that "Slow Voice" will push the experience and imagination of menopausal women's body perception, inner heart and coke and tear juxtaposition to the extreme. In addition, this year's newly added translation award was won by Jim Weldon. His translation of the Tsering Robb novel "Let's Live Sheep" was published in the seventh edition of "People's Literature" English version of "PATHLIGHT" ("Street Light"). PATHLIGHT has been officially launched on the iPod. The judges believe that Wei Youdun's translation not only possesses the artistic conception of literature, but also makes the translation have a new soul. This is the 11th consecutive year of the Maotai Cup People's Literature Award. The winning works are published in People's Literature. The publication of People's Literature magazine at the beginning of the founding of New China is one of the important pure literary journals in China. Rong Rong talks about the award-winning work "Slow Voice": the complex and complex emotional record of menopause. The group poem "Slow Voice" is written "The Women's Emotions of Menopause". The Ningbo poet Rong Rong, who has just won the People's Literature Award for outstanding poetry awards with this group of poems. In an interview last night, he said, “For example, the nostalgia for youth, the old fear of people and the process of self-adjustment,” these poems are called “menopause”. The reporter simply flipped down Rong Rong's blog post catalog this year and found out that in her "Menopause" catalogue, there were more than 40 small poems of different lengths, which were written at different times this year. When she wants to briefly summarize what emotions she expresses, Rong Rong hesitated, "everything has", "is some emotions that women at this stage are easy to have, such as something that they can’t admit, etc. Write a little." As for the jury, the prize was given. "Probably because there are not many people writing this subject, I am still quite thorough." The menopause of Rong Rong's works is very complicated and real. He is born little by little in the process of trivial emotions and self-doubt, self-question, and self-exploration. For example, on December 8th, Rong Rong updated a postscript called "The Injury of Time" on the blog, which started with the following: "On the age, the days are like rotten teeth, from time to time. The crumbs are stuck in the cracks, the pain is so painful, and the pain makes people unable to speak." "I don't know if the same-age woman's mood is the same as me. I always want to use my poor wisdom to cover the riddled body. In the cover, I will pass this somewhat embarrassing time quietly." In such self-exploration, the author seems to suddenly understand a bit -- "maybe this is really the emotion of menopause: there are complaints and struggles in understanding, and frustration and unwillingness in the epiphany." In the mood fluctuations of the past, "there are these poems," Rong Rong said. "There is no commemoration of the declaration, the ignorance of the theory, the meaning of public opinion, and the small emotions of life." And "the little poems that conveyed the "corruption of the old" are slowly smashing, and unwittingly become a "new year poetry collection." In Rong Rong’s impression, poets are writing poems of youth, poems of middle age, poems of old age, and it seems that no female poet has written poems for the New Year. Or have written, at least not marked with a new year label; or have such a label, at least not written as an entire collection of poems. Rong Rong is currently the vice chairman of the Zhejiang Writers Association, the chairman of the Ningbo Writers Association, the editor of the Literature Harbor magazine, the fourth Lu Xun Literature Award and the winner of the National Excellent Poetry Award. He has published many poems and essays, and won the first Xu Shimo Poetry Festival Young Poet Award, the title of “Top Ten Young Women Poets in the New Century”, the 5th Chinese Young Poet Award, and the collection of poems like My Loved Ones. The 2nd China Women's Literature Award.