Vol. 2 No.1
Chinese Literature Today
The latest issue of Chinese Literature Today features a new story from Taiwanese novelist Li Ang and a revealing conversation between her "Bright" and "Dark" personas. Howard Goldblatt, one of the most important figures in East-West literature, also conducts a bold new self-interview as well as providing an excerpt from his upcoming translation of Mo Yan's new novel, Sandalwood Death. Our Word & Image section features the shifting landscapes of contemporary Chinese photography and the rebirth of China's painter-poets Luo Qing and Che Qianzi. Rounding out the issue is new work by and an interview with poet Wang Jiaxin.