Visiting Writers Series featuring Asian Writers Panel
Wednesday, October 5, 2011 - 6:00pm
Callen Conference Center: Smith-
The Fall Writers Series continues with a panel of Asian writers.
Lee Hye-Kyung, a South Korean fiction writer and novelist, is the author of A House on the Road and the short story collections In Front of That House, In The Shadow of Flowers, and A Niche. Her work has received a number of awards, including the 1995 Today’s Writer Award, the 1998 Hankook Ilbo Literature Prize and the Dongin Literature Prize for the story collection A Niche.
Zhang Yueran, a Chinese novelist, has been editor-in-chief of the literary book series Newritings since 2008. She had published two short story collections: Sunflower Gets Lost in 1890 and Ten Tales of Love, and three novels: Cherry’s Length, The Watery Fairy has Gone Riding a Carp, and Bird Under Oath, which was named the best saga novel on the 2006 Chinese Novel Ranking List.
Dorothy Tse, a Hong Kong fiction writer, teaches in the Department of Chinese Language and Literature at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, where she is also completing her PhD, and is a co-founder of the literary magazine Fleurs des Lettres. She is the author of the short-story collection So Black, which won the eighth Hong Kong Biennial Awards for Chinese Literature.
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