Noyes, Henry (Halsey)
NOYES, Henry (Halsey)
NOYES, Henry (Halsey). , b. 1910. Genres: Novels, Cultural/Ethnic topics. Career: University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, assistant professor of English, 1938-39; University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, assistant professor of English, 1939-40; University of Missouri-Columbia, assistant professor to associate professor of English, 1940-45; adult education teacher and free- lance writer in Chicago, IL, 1945-59; China Books and Periodicals, San Francisco, CA, founder, 1959, distributor, 1959-, publisher, 1980-. Member of Chinese Culture Center, 1980-. Publications: Hand over Fist (novel), 1980; China Born: Memoirs of a Westerner, 1989; Valley of the Sun, Selected Poems 1963-1993, 1993. EDITOR: (with E. Weatherly) English Heritage, Vols 1 and 2, 1945; (and author of intro) A.L. Strong, When Serfs Stood Up in Tibet, 1976; China's Minority Nationalities, 1977. Address: China Books and Periodicals, 2929 Twenty-fourth St, San Francisco, CA 94110, U.S.A.