China Dream

A poetic and unflinching fable about tyranny, guilt, and the erasure of history, by the banned Chinese writer hailed as China s Solzhenitsyn.In seven dream like episodes, Ma Jian charts the psychological disintegration of a Chinese provincial leader who is haunted by nightmares of his violent

Invisible Planets: Contemporary Chinese Science Fiction in Translation

Award winning translator and author Ken Liu presents a collection of short speculative fiction from China Some stories have won awards some have been included in various Year s Best anthologies some have been well reviewed by critics and readers and some are simply Ken s personal favorites.

Broken Stars: Contemporary Chinese Science Fiction in Translation

Broken Stars, edited by multi award winning writer Ken Liu translator of the bestselling and Hugo Award winning novel The Three Body Problem by acclaimed Chinese author Cixin Liu is his second thought provoking anthology of Chinese short speculative fiction Following Invisible Planets, Liu has

Frontier

One of the most raved about works of translated fiction this year Jonathan Sturgeon, Flavorwire Frontier opens with the story of Liujin, a young woman heading out on her own to create her own life in Pebble Town, a somewhat surreal place at the base of Snow Mountain where wolves roam the streets

Lotus

Inspired by the secret life of the author s grandmother, Lotus follows a young woman torn between past traditions and modern desires as she carves out a life for herself in China s City of Sins Standing outside the Moonflower Massage Parlor with three other girls, Lotus flashed her red smile at

To Live

From the author of Brothers and China in Ten Words this celebrated contemporary classic of Chinese literature was also adapted for film by Zhang Yimou This searing novel, originally banned in China but later named one of that nation s most influential books, portrays one man s transformation from