Empty Tribe, whose real name is Yang Hua, is a poet and poetry critic. He is a member of Sichuan Writers' Association, editor-in-chief of Poetry Boundary and deputy editor-in-chief of A Ding Culture. He has published three collections of poems by his colleagues. His works have been published in Star, Green Wind, Yanhe, Sichuan Poetry, Chongqing Poetry Journal, etc. He has been selected in many annual poetry magazines and occasionally won awards. He now lives in Zigong.
Poet and translator. Engaged in poetry writing, literary translation and research. Translations include Nietzsche's Essays and A New School of Women's Poetry, Or Birth.
When the cicadas hiss in the willow tree
The ants are lifting the cicada shells through the summer
The screeching of cicadas, painful to the bone
She buried herself personally
Past lives and silence in the land and water. The vocalization of this human world
In the Wind Alone. Rereading Northern Song Dynasty Science
Make reading your life's work
In September, the cicadas stop chirping abruptly
Buried in a rainstorm
And my verses, my displaced time
I can't turn back the flow