Congratulations to Dan K. Woo and his brilliant, satirical novella, Learning How To Love China.
“A young female factory worker in a city near Shanghai tries to free herself from the pressures of work and her parents. With disastrous results.”
Learning How to Love China is a stark commentary on the Chinese political state and on the entrenched patriarchy still dominant in Mainland Chinese culture.
Look for it in our Fall 2018 Season!
We’re delighted about all the great writing that came our way again this year. Thanks to all of you who sent us your work!
There were five other submissions that made our 2018 Ken Klonsky Award Shortlist:
Yusuf Saadi for Composition
Garrett Mallory Scott for Blood Drips the Beauty
Christopher Adamson for The Arc of an Eye
Jane Bow for Homeless
Nilofar Shidmehr for Green Intervals.