Science Fiction World, secret phone calls, and written madness, oh my! Last year, we had the distinct pleasure of talking with Emily Jiang, John Chu, and E. Lily Yu about their work, award nominations, Chinese science fiction and Science Fiction World, translation, and much more. This is the last of our recordings from the International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts; we hope you’ve enjoyed all of them!
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Here’s the episode (show notes are below):
- The Guests and Some Links:
- Emily Jiang
- John Chu
- E. Lily Yu
- Lily’s Website
- “Children’s Books by and about People of Color Published in the United States” (study conducted by the Cooperative Children’s Book Center)
- Science Fiction World
Note: I mention something about English-language authors who translate from English to Chinese and sell primarily in the Chinese market. I can’t seem to find anything about that, so either I was mistaken in hearing it on Adventures in Sci Fi Publishing or it is incredibly uncommon. If you have any information that might help, please let me know. Otherwise, forget I said it.
That’s all, folks! Thanks for listening. See you next week.