Viet Nam Literature Project is a d/b/a for Books & Authors: Viet Nam, Inc., a federally recognized educational non-profit corporation in North Carolina.   We are funded by gifts.

Editor and Publisher

Dan Duffy is a career editor of scholarship and literature from Viet Nam and from the American war there. Educated at Exeter and Yale, he served as editor at Viet Nam Generation, Inc. and the Yale University Council on Southeast Asia Studies and consultant to NXB The Gioi in Ha Noi.  He wrote his master’s thesis on an intelligence archive in wartime Saigon and his doctoral dissertation in Anthropology at Chapel Hill about the Vietnamese bookstores of Paris, France.

Advisory Committee

Linh Dinh is a poet. Widely published in both Vietnamese and English, he as well translates Vietnamese fiction and poetry into English and Italian and teaches at universities around the United States and Europe.

Lucien Ellington is founder of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS) teaching journal Education About Asia and editor of the AAS pedagogical series Key Issues in Asian Studies. A former high school teacher, he is UC Professor of Education at the University of Tennessee, Chatanooga and Senior Fellow at the Wachman Center of the Foreign Policy Research Institute. He serves as state coordinator for the National Consortium for Teaching About Asia and has led hundreds of courses, institutes and tours for those teaching about China, Korea, and especially Japan.

Philip Arthur Moore is Managing Member at Press Build LLC and lead organizer of the WordPress Ha Noi community. He has served Viet Nam Literature Project since January 2007, building the current website as well as Wikivietlit and migrating the entire project to ibiblio at the University of North Carolina. Read his Remembering Things: Memories from ten years with Viet Nam.

C. David Thomas founded the Indochina Arts Project, now the Indochina Arts Partnership, bringing hundreds of artists back and forth between Viet Nam and the United States since 1988.

Board of Directors

Peter Delevett is a technology marketing executive, travel writer and former political journalist in Silicon Valley.

Daniel Egger is a professor of engineering at Duke University.

Tom Enders is a managing director at Manatt Health Solutions.

James Friedlander owns and operates Academic Arrangements Abroad.

Pamela Rosenthal is a professor of medicine at New York University.

Nancy Seybold develops web resources for health care in Washington, DC.