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【週四小格樓 │ 小情歌
    

如果你也曾在某些時刻  
因為熟悉又陌生的場景而想起了些什麼
你才知道,原來沒有所謂結束
人生是一場沒有停止的接力賽
交棒後的那個人沒有離去
他們只是停在原地
等著我們在不經意的時刻裡
回頭盼顧
 
在王盛弘溫緩的字裡行間
讀著讀著每個人的心中
都會緩緩響起自己的小情歌
 

【誰是王盛弘】

出生於彰化縣和美鎮「竹圍仔」
畢業於大榮國小、和美國中、彰化高中、輔仁大學大傳系廣電組,
台北教育大學台灣文化研究所肄業。
長期於媒體服務,曾獲報紙副刊編輯金鼎獎。 

自幼生長於農家,雙親不善於說教,卻在行動之中示範了淳樸、溫情、與人為善;
青少年時期嗜讀琦君與三島由紀夫的著作,與前者通信達二十年之久,
啟示了有關親情、友情的施與受,及對他物的關愛,後者使其正視人性中的愛慾、敗德和生死。

1988年負笈北上,根扎在農地,枝枝葉葉不住地向著都市試探伸展;
嗣後,成了一棵懷抱母土投奔異鄉的植物;

1995年退役後留在台北工作,自覺到彷彿一顆種籽,孤身遠離母體之後,
一旦落土,便有自信在那裡穩穩地把根扎下;

2001年收拾行囊,一個人自助旅行英、法、西等國將近三個月,
視野為之開闊,是時在倫敦雀兒喜藥草園發現披掛於枯木上一簇西班牙鳳梨,
甚至不必有根,吸收空中水汽便能夠存活,而有所頓悟,因此期許自己是一個地球人。

 
然而,終於漸漸體悟到那一度以為將從生活之中慢慢消抹而去的童年,畢竟是生命的底蘊。
 
性好文學、藝術與植物,愛好觀察社會萬象,有興趣探索大自然奧祕,
賦予並結合人文意義,也喜好旅遊,自歐返國後以此經驗書寫,
完成《慢慢走》(2006,二魚文化),為「三稜鏡」三部曲之一,
深獲文學界與讀者賞識,南方朔稱譽:「我不吝惜對這本書的推崇,是因為不能吝惜!」

 
「三稜鏡」同心圓一般自外圍而核心,寫歐遊見聞與感思、台北心路與履歷,
以及十八歲出門遠行前的家鄉童少時光;

《關鍵字:碥北》(2008,馬可孛羅)為第二部曲,
遊走於228和平公園、建國花市、陽明山、永康街、德惠街、牯嶺街、
外雙溪、淡水、平溪、嶩店、健身房等所在,立下一座座文學?標,
文章輯結出書前即廣為收入各種選集。
 
作品入選「台灣文學30年菁英選:散文30家」,曾獲林榮三文學獎(2007)、國科會科普散文獎(2006)、中國時報文學獎(2005)、台北文學寫作年金(2002)、教育部文藝創作獎(2000)、梁實秋文學獎(1999、1996)、台灣省文學獎(1998)、磺溪文學獎(1998、1997)、台灣省教育廳文藝節徵文(1998)、王世勛文學獎(1997)、《台灣新聞報》年度作家(1996、1995)等十餘個獎項,暨國家文化藝術基金會出版暨創作補助多次。王盛弘的作品廣為收入各文學選集,暨大學通識國文教材、中學國文課外補充教材。
 
 
【王盛弘的文學大聲公】

王盛弘創作文類以散文為主。

題材多變,早年以鄉土與成長童年記趣為主題,
其後於性別議題、自然草木、議論散文、旅遊文學等題材上均有所開展,
作品中常見對花卉草木之獨特觀察,別具一格。
陳冠學論其作品「宛若遊龍,驅遣自如,論事析理,別有一番筆法。」

另有論者稱:「王盛弘專注於散文創作,立基於傳統並向上攀探,
嘗試抒情的各種可能,題材多變,用字簡練精準,風格清暢且懂克制,不求炫目,
擅長以綿密筆觸引出深情厚意,尤其寫鄉土、記憶、愛慾情懷和草木微物,
皆自然細緻,能觀顧時代氛圍又不為此所限。」
 

【作品排排站】
 
《十三座城市》(2010,馬可孛羅,簡體字版本由大陸龍門書局2011出版)
《關鍵字:台北》(2008,馬可孛羅)
《慢慢走》(2006,二魚,簡體字版本由大陸龍門書局2011出版)
《帶我去吧,月光》(2003,一方)
《一隻男人》(2001,爾雅)
《草本記事》(2000,智慧事業體,行政院新聞局中小學生優良課外讀物推薦,後更名為《都市園丁》)
《假面與素顏》(2000,九歌,後更名為《留下,或者離去》)
《桃花盛開》(1998,爾雅)
 
 


【About Wang Sheng-Hong

Wang Sheng-hong was born in Hemei village in Zhanghua County, Taiwan. Wang graduated from Darong Elementary School, Hemei Middle School, Zhanghua High School, the Mass Communications Department of Fu Jen University, and the Graduate School of Taiwanese Culture of the National Taipei University of Education. He has worked for a long time in media services, and was once awarded as an editor for newspaper supplements. He grew up in a farming family with an illiterate mother and a father who only received basic education. Though his parents did not excel at explaining the world, their actions served as a model for honesty, warmth and kindness. As a youth, Wang enjoyed reading the works of Qi Jun and Yukio Mishima, and exchanged letters with the former for twenty years, discussing the giving and receiving among family and friends, as well as their shared love for various other topics. Meanwhile, the author Yukio sparked his interest in passion, immorality, and life and death. 
 
Wang moved north in 1988, keeping his roots firmly in the farm while exploring new possibilities in the city. Although he sought shelter in this new place, yet kept his home close to his heart. After finishing his mandatory military service in 1995, Wang worked in Taipei, where he felt like a seed that fell far from his tree, yet once he landed in this new fertile land, he gained confidence in himself and put down firm roots. In 2001 he packed up and traveled alone to England, France and Spain for almost three months, greatly expanding his worldview. In London’s Chelsea Physic Garden he discovered a Spanish pineapple hanging from dead wood, with no roots to nourish it, surviving on nothing but the moisture in the air. This inspired Wang, who then decided he wanted to become a true citizen of the world.
 
Although interested in literature, art, gardening, and observing every facet of society, Wang also takes pleasure in traveling and exploring the mysteries of nature. After returning to Taiwan, Wang wrote Walk Carefully (2-fishes Publishing Co, 2006) based on his travels, the first in his Triangular Prism trilogy. The book was widely acclaimed by scholars and readers alike, with Nan Fang-shuo stating, “I will not be miserly in recommending this book, as that would be simply impossible for me to do!”
 
Wang then gradually came to realize that his childhood, which had slowly disappeared, was in fact his true reality.

Triangular Prism is like a series of concentric circles moving inward toward a core, describing Wang’s experiences and thoughts during his trip to Europe, his sentiments and history in Taipei, and his childhood before leaving far from home at the age of 18. In Keyword: Taipei (Marco Polo, 2008), the second book of the trilogy, Wang takes us to the 228 Peace Park, Jianguo Flower Market, Yangming Mountain, Yongkang Street, Dehui Street, Guling Street, Waishuang Creek, Danshui, Pingxi, and various night markets and gyms, drawing up a series of literary landmarks and woven stories.
 
Wang’s favorite works are prose, and he was selected for the “Thirty Years of Elite Taiwan Literature: Thirty Prose Authors.” He has received over ten awards, including the Ling Rung San Literature Award (2007), the National Science Council Literature Prize (2006), the China Times Literature Award (2005), the Taipei Literary Works Scholarship (2002), the Ministry of Education Literary Achievement Award (2000), the Liang Shih-chiu Literary Award (1999, 1996) the Taiwan Provincial Literature Award (1998), the Huang Xi Literature Award (1998, 1997), the Taiwan Provincial Ministry of Education Literature and Arts Award (1998), the Wang Shi-fan Literature Prize (1997), and the Taiwan News Post Annual Author Prize (1996, 1995). In addition, he has also received numerous publishing and artistic subsidies from the National Culture and Arts Foundation. Wang’s works have been part of a wide variety of literary collections, and are used in general education courses in university and supplementary teaching materials for middle school.
 
 
【About  
Wang Sheng-Hong
's Work】
     

Some have stated that Wang Sheng-hong focuses on the creation of prose based on tradition while exploring upwards in an attempt to express all types of possibilities. His subject matter varies as he uses succinct and concise language, and an uninhibited style that is still able to exercise restraint. He does not seek flashiness, but excels at a detailed style that leads to profound warmth. This is particularly true when he writes of his hometown, his memories, his passions and plants. He is innately meticulous, and able to observe contemporary atmospheres without letting them constrain him. 


【Works】  

Thirteen Cities
(Marco Polo Publishing, 2010; Simplifed Chinese edition published by Longmen Bookstore of China, 2011)
Keyword: Taipei (Marco Polo Publishing, 2008)
Walk Carefully
(2-fishes Publishing Co, 2006; Simplifed Chinese edition published by Longmen Bookstore of China, 2011)
Take Me With You, Moonlight (Yi Fang Publishing, 2003)
One Man (Elite Books, 2001)
Herb Records (Wisdom Books, 2000; recommended by the Government Information Office for supplemental reading for elementary and middle school students, title later changed to City Gardener)
Facades and Plain Colors (Chiu-Ko Publishing, 2000; title later changed to Stay, or Go
Peach Blossoms Opening (Elite Books, 1998)
 

【References】

 
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