Born in 1983, Chen Changyuan, a native of Kaohsiung, was the winner of the Times Literary New Poetry Jury Award, and won the 6th Yang Mu Shi Award for the creative planning of "Work Notes". Chen Changyuan, who now lives in Taipei and works as a reporter, worked as a technician in a printing factory in Kaohsiung for 10 years, specializing in newspaper printing. From drifting from the south to the north to Taipei, where the speed of life is soaring, and from the work content that does not require much dialogue, to the media environment where interviews are mainly used, Chen Changyuan has had a hard time adapting.
Only he did not give up the pursuit of his telemarketing list literary dream. In June 2020, he finally launched "Work Notes", which is amazing and has a great explosion of the spiritual universe. Interview with Chen Changyuan (Part 1), author of "Job Notes": Being able to make a living by writing is a dream job The moment when I first met Poetry Speaking of the influential predecessors, Chen Changyuan thinks it is Yu Guangzhong, Luo Zhicheng, Lin Yaode and Wisława Szymborska, etc., "Yu Guangzhong's poems are smooth and smooth, and they can directly write emotions. I like his overflowing poems. Emotional. Luo Zhicheng is able to create cosmic huge situations, which fascinates me.
I liked to imitate them in the early days. Lin Yaode's poetic skills comparing insects with man-made objects, such as mechanical arms like mantis claws, are amazing. In the future, it was mainly Szymborska who demonstrated for me that repeated forms and writing styles can actually be beautiful, and continuous stacking of the same imagery has its own beauty.” In 2011, Chen Changyuan won the Times Literary Award for "Try to Be Hypocritical", and later in the same year, "Talking" was a self-serious and creative poem, "I used Szymborska's "I choose". The repetitive technique of the demonstration is to talk about the future.