Contributors / December 2013 (Issue 22)

Justin Hill
ImageJustin Hill’s writing has won the Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize, the Betty Trask and Somerset Maugham Awards. The Washington Post picked The Drink and Dream Teahouse as one of the top novels of 2001, and the Sunday Times picked Shieldwall as a Book of the Year. The Independent on Sunday picked him as one of the Top Twenty Young British Novelists. He studied Old English and Medieval Literature at Durham University and teaches Creative Writing at the City University of Hong Kong. His books have been translated into sixteen languages as well as being banned in China. He’s variously been likened to a George Orwell, a boxer, and Tolstoy. Visit his website for more information. [Poetry]

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