Chinese poet Zhou Li (周立)'s debut poetry collection 207th Bone (translated by Xi Nan) is released by Simi Press (Aug. 2020, America). It is a book about love, desires and the city. Here is an interview done by poet Fish Lu to Zhou Li.
“hey dad look at me did I grow up according to plan I just want to make you proud but we lost it all I’m sorry I can’t be perfect I’m sorry I can’t be perfect…”
I told him. I have eaten cloth before when I was hungry.
So when I think of the girls in the old days, I just blurt out: Saraband!
“There is some price that I’m willing to pay.” “Fine then. If you’re willing to pay, then I’ve got nothing else to say,” I said.