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Poet Saw Wai parked himself on the lawn, unfurled a map of Myanmar with a blob of blood-red paint dripping down from a spot up north and invited people to make poetry with him.
The latest first for fast-reforming Myanmar _ its first international literary festival _ is putting the spotlight on dozens of the country's authors, a number of whom once spent time in prison for their writings.
Myanmar's first international literary festival opens Friday in Yangon, bringing together dozens of authors from around the world, including Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi.