Not Yet by Stanley Moss is best described metaphorically: it is a freight train loaded with poetry that includes Poems on China (Stanley Moss taught English in China thirty years ago), a compartment of Two Raw Fish Poems from Japan, then there’s an extra long boxcar, a lifetime of American Poems Seasoned with Chinese Experience. Finally, there’s the club car, Not Yet, a section of new poems written June 20th 2020 – May 1st 2021. Not Yet includes a preface by Stanley Moss, an afterword by Fu Hao, visiting scholar of Chinese at Cambridge University. Much of the book will be translated by him into Chinese for the many millions of Chinese who read English poems.
Not Yet : Poems on China Two Raw Fish Poems from Japan American Poems Seasoned with Chinese Experience & New Poems, November 2020 – May 2021 Stanley Moss