WANG, Hui-Ming. American (born People's Republic of China), b. 1922. Genres: Poetry, Mythology/Folklore, Recreation, Translations. Career: Member of Faculty, Yale University, New Haven, Conn., 1951-61; University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Professor, 1964-89, Professor Emeritus of Art, 1989-. Independent painter and woodcutter, printmaker, book-plate designer. Publications: Epoh Studio Woodcuts, 1968; The Birds and the Animals, 1969; (trans.) The Boat Unitied, 1971; The Land on the Tip of a Hair, 1972; (with R. Bly) Jumping Out of Bed, 1972; (trans.) Ten Poems and Lyrics by Mao Tse-tung, 1975; (with A. Wang) The Chinese Book of Table Tennis, 1981; Folk Tales of the West Lakes, 1982; Small Is Not Little, 1986; Song/ poems with the original poems in different styles of Chinese calligraphy and their translations in various Western styles (including pictorial style) of calligraphy, a manuscript book, 1992; J. and A. Visiting Book, 1996; A Collection of Lost and Found, 1996; A Heavy Burden Dog with Responsibilities, 1996; In Praise of the Year of the Tiger, 1996; Old Ideas Inspire New Poems, 1996; The Black Snake Book, 1997; Untilled, 1997; Quote and Mis-Quote, 1998. Address: 431 Greenfield Rd, Montague, MA 01351, U.S.A.