Update news vietnamese writers
Three Vietnamese writers Tran Quang Dao, Vo Khac Nghiem, and Vinh Quyen have received the SEA Writers Award, also known as the Southeast Asian Writers Award, at a recemony recently held in Bangkok, Thailand.
The novel entitled Ngay xua co mot chuyen tinh (Once Upon a Love) by best-selling author Nguyen Nhat Anh will be made into movie by director Trinh Dinh Le Minh.
Vietnam Visual Arts in History, Religion and Culture is a weighty treasure of more than 500 pages. Nguyễn-Long’s narrative is general yet specific and concise in orienting readers to Vietnamese history.
Two Vietnamese authors have claimed the 13th Mekong River Literature Awards at a ceremony recently held in China.
After winning the IRED Education Institute's Best Book award in Literature, Ocean Vuong's best-selling novel On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous received widespread recognition.
Vietnamese novel “So do”, known as “Dumb Luck” in English, written by well-known Vietnamese author Vu Trong Phung is set to be published in Germany this December.
A South Korean publisher has acquired the copyright of the book "I am Beto" by the popular writer for teenagers Nguyen Nhat Anh.
The Dayton Literary Prize for Peace 2021 has honoured Nguyen Phan Que Mai, a female Vietnamese writer, for her work titled The Mountains Sing.
“Profound works about the countryside are a warning about the imbalance in life,” poet Nguyen Quang Thieu, chairman of the Vietnamese Writers’ Association, said in an interview with VietNamNet.
HCM City-based Tre (Youth) Publishing House has signed a five-year copyright deal with best-selling author Nguyen Nhat Anh, one of Vietnam's most prolific children's book writers.
A new version of Dế Mèn Phiêu Lưu Ký (Adventures of A Cricket) will be released on September 25 to celebrate writer To Hoai’s 100th birthday.