Poetry. The prose poems in Linh Dihn's DRUNKARD BOXING are worldly, visual images that induce distinct feelings that only places and things can give you. The body and movement are ever present in Dinh's work and offer random detail in ways that make perfect sense. Dinh's other books includes Blood and Soup, Fake House: Stories, American Tatts, and more. Born in Vietnam, Linh Dinh came to the United States in 1975. He has published poetry in numerous journals, including Sulfur, New American Writing, and Kenyon Review. DRUNKARD BOXING is his first collection from the Philadelphia Publishing Project, which responds to the need for national exposure for emerging writers in Philadelphia.