Chinese Literature Today 9.1

Chinese Literature Today 9 (1) is now available online and can be accessed for free: https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/uclt20/9/1?nav=tocList

Below is the table of contents of this new issue (with hyperlinks):

Editor’s Note, by Ping Zhu

REIMAGINING HUMANITY: Focus on Science Fiction

Letter to My Daughter,” by Liu Cixin, translated by Jesse Field
The Affair: The First of the Hamlet Trilogy,” by Isaac (Shuntang) Hsu, translated by Tze-lan Deborah Sang and Isaac (Shuntang) Hsu
Floating Life: Beloved Wife, Part 2,” by Dung Kai-cheung, translated by Andrea Lingenfelter

FEATURED AUTHOR: Xu Zechen

The City as the Protagonist,” by Xu Zechen, translated by Xu Shiyan
Our Ferocious Self-Doubt: An Interview with Xu Zechen,” by Zhang Yanmei, translated by Yingying Huang
I Persist, I Believe, and I Shall Save: On Xu Zechen’s Fiction,” by Fan Yingchun, translated by Yingying Huang
Brothers,” by Xu Zechen, translated by Natascha Bruce

NOVELLA: The First Same-Sex Story in Mainland China

The Gray Kilns,” by Li Jing, translated by Ping Zhu

FEATURED SCHOLAR: Michael Berry

Writing Trauma: From Translation to Oral History, an interview with Michael Berry,” by Yongli Li
Romancing Atrocity: Ye Zhaoyan’s Nanjing 1937: A Love Story,” by Michael Berry
Fiction and Fieldwork: In Conversation with Wu He on Remains of Life,” by Michael Berry

CHINESE LITERATURE IN REVIEW

Simon Schuchat’s review of Che Qianzi’s NO POETRY: Selected Poems of Che Qianzi
Jia Xiang’s review of Li Er’s Ying Wu

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