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About the Contributors 16-1 Cambodia Muse 4/13/04 2:56 PM Page 211 Pollie Bith was born in the province of Battambang during the Pol Pot era and moved to the United States in 1980. She lives and works in Honolulu. Nick Bozanic lives in Honolulu with his wife and two sons. His most recent book is This Once: Poems 1976–1996; selections from his work-in-progress, Devotion, are forthcoming in an anthology celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of Anhinga Press. David Chandler was a u.s. foreign service officer in Cambodia in the early 1960s, then took up an academic career. From 1972 to 1997, he taught history at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. His books include A History of Cambodia, Brother Number One: A Political Biography of Pol Pot, and Voices from s-21: Terror and History in Pol Pot’s Secret Prison. His books of translation include Favorite Stories from Cambodia. He lives in Melbourne. Chuth Khay was born in 1940 in Koh Somrong, an island on the Mekong about one hundred kilometers north of the capital. The youngest son, he was the only one in a family with ten children to attend a Western school. He pursued primary and secondary studies in Kompong Cham. While working http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Manoa University of Hawai'I Press

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Manoa , Volume 16 (1) – Apr 30, 2004

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16-1 Cambodia Muse 4/13/04 2:56 PM Page 211 Pollie Bith was born in the province of Battambang during the Pol Pot era and moved to the United States in 1980. She lives and works in Honolulu. Nick Bozanic lives in Honolulu with his wife and two sons. His most recent book is This Once: Poems 1976–1996; selections from his work-in-progress, Devotion, are forthcoming in an anthology celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of Anhinga Press. David Chandler was a u.s. foreign service officer in Cambodia in the early 1960s, then took up an academic career. From 1972 to 1997, he taught history at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. His books include A History of Cambodia, Brother Number One: A Political Biography of Pol Pot, and Voices from s-21: Terror and History in Pol Pot’s Secret Prison. His books of translation include Favorite Stories from Cambodia. He lives in Melbourne. Chuth Khay was born in 1940 in Koh Somrong, an island on the Mekong about one hundred kilometers north of the capital. The youngest son, he was the only one in a family with ten children to attend a Western school. He pursued primary and secondary studies in Kompong Cham. While working

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