This annual reading series features international writers brought to Iowa City for the IWP's Fall Residency. Come join us!
Lee Chi–leung ææºè¯(fiction writer, essayist; Hong Kong) is the author of two books: ç½ç· [Porcelain] (1999), a Chinese & English bilingual volume of poetry and short stories, and the essay collection æ¿é [A Room Without Myself] (2008), which won the Hong Kong Book Prize and the Hong Kong Biennial Award for Chinese Literature. His essays and fiction have been anthologized in èµ°èç§ï¼é¦æ¸¯æ°é³ä½è å äººåé [Wait and See: Collected Works of Six New Hong Kong Writers] (2010).
Tong Wei Ger (ç«¥åæ ¼, fiction writer, playwright; Taiwan) is the author of the short story collection çè [Wang Kao] (2002), and the novels, ç¡å·æä»£ [The Age of No Hurt] (2005) and è¥¿åé¨ [Northwest Rain] (2010), for which he won the Taiwan Literature Prize. He lectures in the Department of Theatre Arts of the Taipei National University of the Arts.