Contributors / July 2011 (Issue 14)

Camille Hong Xin
ImageCamille Hong Xin was born in China. While being known as a writer, she also helped to manage an art gallery and produce a TV talk show in Beijing. Her works were published in many public and underground literary journals in mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore. She is the author of a poetry collection and a collection of stories about Chinese female drug addicts. In 1997, she moved to the States and the translations of her works were published in Tinfish, Temple and some online journals. Camille Xin lives and works in New York now as an art writer, curator and consultant. [Read]

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