Contributors / September 2014 (Issue 25)

Stephanie Han
ImageStephanie Han (MA, MFA) is City University of Hong Kong's first PhD in English literature and has published across the genres. She was awarded the South China Morning Post story prize, the Katherine Anne Porter Prize for fiction, and the Santa Fe Writer's Project fiction award. Her poetry has appeared in DisOrient, The Kyoto Journal, Louisville Review, Women’s Studies Quarterly, Ampersand Review, and other publications. She has been anthologized in Strange Cargo: Emerging Voices (PEN-West, USA; 2010), Cheers to Muses (Asian American Women Artists; 2007), How Does One Dress to Buy Dragonfruit (Signal 8 Press; 2014), and The Queen of Statue Square (CCC Press; 2014). Her poetry and creative non-fiction is forthcoming in Eleven-Eleven, Great Ocean Quarterly and Tao of Parenthood. She has recently completed a poetry collection entitled Building the Great Wall. Visit her website for more information. [Poetry | Whither Hong Kong?]

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