Linh Dinh is a literary artist, photographer, and seeker and speaker of truth. His blog Postcards from the End of [the] America[n Empire] is an impressive verbal/visual document of our interesting times. (Check out his brand new entry "George Orwell and Mohammed Atta Were Here.")
Linh Dinh was born in Saigon, Vietnam in 1963, came to the U.S. in 1975, and has also lived in Italy and England. He is the author of many books including two collections of stories, Fake House (Seven Stories Press 2000) and Blood and Soap (Seven Stories Press 2004), and the novel Love LIke Hate (Seven Stories Press, 2008). His collections of poetry include All Around What Empties Out (Tinfish 2003), American Tatts (Chax 2005), Borderless Bodies (Factory School 2006), Jam Alerts (Chax 2007), and A Mere Rica (Chax Press, 2017). An photo book chronicling his journeys across the United States was published as Postcards from the End of America (Seven Stories Press, 2017).