Chronology of YANG LIAN’S Writing

1979--1981: Taiyang Meitian Dou Shi Xinde (The Sun is New Every Day), Seven long poems.

1982: Haibian de Haizi (Child by the Sea), A collection of prose poems.

1982 – 1984: Li Hun (The Ceremony of the Soul), A book-length sequence.

1984: Xizang (Tibet), A group of five long poems.

1985: Shizhe (The Passer-away), Three chapters of prose poems.

1985--1989: Yi A book-length poem.

1989: Mianju yu Eyu (Masks and Crocodile), A group of 60 short poems.

1991: Wuren Cheng (Non-person Singular), Selection of short poems 1982 - 1991.

1990—1992: Guihua (Ghost Speaking), A collection of prose (Sanwen).

1992—1993: Dahai Tingzhi zhi Chu (Where the Sea Stands Still), A collection of poems.

1994: Shi Yi Xiang (Ten Images), A group of ten prose pieces.

1994—1997: Tongxinyuan (Concentric Circles), A book-length poem.

1998—1999: Shi-liu Hang Shi (Sixteeners), Thirty poems in the form of 16 lines.

1999: Naxie Yi (These Ones), A long prose piece.

2000: Xingfu Huihun Shouji (Notes of a Blissful Ghost), A group of poems.

2000: Gu Hui Weng (Urn), A long prose piece.

2001: Yueshi de Qigeban Ye (Seven-and-a-half Nights of Lunar Eclipse), A long prose.

2001—2002: Li Hegu de Shi (Lee Valley Poems), A collection of poems.

2003—2004: Yan Shi (Porno Poems), A collection of poems.

2005—2009: Xu Shi Shi (Narrative Poetry), A book-length poem.