Contributors / December 2017 (Issue 38: Writing Hong Kong)

Xu Xi
ImageXu Xi 許素細 is author of twelve books, most recently a memoir Dear Hong Kong: An Elegy For A City (Penguin, 2017), the novel That Man In Our Lives (C&R Press, 2016) and Interruptions (Hong Kong Univ. Museum & Art Gallery/Columbia Univ. Press, 2016), a collaborative ekphrastic essay collection with photography by David Clarke. Forthcoming are Insignificance: Stories of Hong Kong (Signal 8 Press, May 2018) and This Fish is Fowl: Essays of Being (Nebraska Univ. Press, 2019-20). She is co-founder, with Robin Hemley, of Authors at Large offering international writing retreats and workshops. In 2017, she was named fiction editor at Tupelo Press in Massachusetts. An Indonesian-Chinese Hong Kong native and U.S. citizen, she currently lives between New York and Hong Kong. Follow her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and visit here website for more information. Picture by Leslie Lausch. [Fiction]

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