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

Lawrence Pun
ImageLawrence Pun 潘國靈 is a novelist and cultural critic based in Hong Kong, with publications also in Taiwan and the Mainland China. He has authored 16 books since 1997, among them include his latest prose work Evanescence (2017), his latest novel Writopia and the Spell of Disappearance (2016), his anthology of fictions La Difficulté d’être (2015), and more. Winner of a number of literary awards, in 2006 he received the Lee Hysan Foundation Fellowship from the Asian Cultural Council, sponsoring him for a one-year exchange in New York and participation in the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa. He has also participated at the International Day of Writing; invited by the Northwest University at Evanston, and the Chicago International Writers's Exchange organised by Chicago Guild Complex. In 2011, he received the Award for Best Artist (Literary Arts) presented by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council. He currently teaches undergraduate and MA courses at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Baptist University. [Fiction]

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