Contributors / March 2014 (Issue 23)

Peter Phillips
ImagePeter Phillips is a Sydney-born writer who has lived in Hong Kong for the past seven years. In 2012, he received his MFA in fiction from City University of Hong Kong, where he has also lectured in the English Department. He has been a finalist in the Indiana Review’s 1/2K Prize and his short story "The Troubled Boyhood of Baldwin Wong" is forthcoming in The Queen of Statue Square: New Short Fiction from Hong Kong. Phillips endured brief stints as a lawyer, TV writer and utterly hopeless mobile phone salesman before retraining as an English teacher, a role he passionately enjoys at a Hong Kong secondary school. He is a fiction reader for the online journal, Drunken Boat. [Fiction]

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