Jiang Jie, whose courtesy name is Meiruo and nickname is Xiangyan, was born in Pu'anwei (now Panxian County, Guizhou) in the Ming Dynasty. In the 16th year of Zong Wanli of the Ming Dynasty (1588 AD), he was promoted to Jinshi in the following year. He once served as deputy envoy to Guangdong. He was famous for his literary talent and elegance. He was one of the four famous calligraphers at that time. When he returned home, there was a rebellion by An Bangyan in Guizhou, so he lived in Jingzhou and made mistakes by writing on the piano. He indulged in mountains and rivers, and traveled half of the world. Wherever he went, he wrote many poems and poems. His poems were clear and beautiful. He wrote poems with Wang Zunkao of Gusu, Cai Zhihan of Tiantai, Uncle Hongping of Xin'an, Zhang Yedeng of Jingxi, and other poems by gentlemen. Drinking back and forth, writing poems in the scene, leisurely and contented. His calligraphy is comparable to that of Huang Daozhou, Dong Qichang, and Mi Wanzhong, the four famous calligraphers at that time. His writing skills are vigorous and vigorous, and he became even more vigorous in his later years. The famous calligrapher Dong Qichang once wrote a poem to celebrate his birthday. He is the author of "Abstracts of Seventeen Histories", "Pu'an Xu Zhi", etc. "Records of Guizhou Poems" records one of his poems.


Jiang Jie's "Album of Dengdai Poems"