Vu Thi An


VU THI AN, or GTV, pseudonym of Nguyen Thuy Ai, born in Tra Vinh, South Vietnam, immigrated with her parents, after the fall of Saigon in 1975, when she was in her teens. Settling in the US, she was educated at Mount Union College in Ohio, from where she received her BS in Chemistry, and at Baldwin Wallace College in Ohio, from where she received her MBA. Vu Thi An had published two poetry collections when, in 1997 and in 1999, she wished to raise fund to help, through HOPE Program, the children who are made orphans by the Vietnam war. These are also the poetry collections that made her debut as a poet: Tinh que-Tinh Tho published in 1997, and Cuoi Neo Duong Hanh Phuc published in 1999. Vu Thi An writes in two languages: Vietnamese and English. Her poems in Vietnamese (under her pseudonym Vu Thi An) appeared in the magazines: Van Nghe Tien Phong (Vietnam), Co Thom (Virginia), Hai Ngoai Nhan Van (Massachusetts), and Que Huong Hai Ngoai (Michigan). Some English essays of her (under her pseudonym GTV) appeared in The Writers Post, and Wordbridge.


1- Tinh Que, Tinh Tho poetry (1997)
2- Cuoi neo duong hanh phuc poetry (1999)

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