Cheng Jingbo 程婧波

Born in 1983, Cheng Jingbo is a prominent member of China's new generation of speculative fiction writers. In 2002, her story, "Western Paradise," was nominated for the most prestigious SFF award in China — the Galaxy Award. In 2010, her fantasy story, "Lost in Yoyang," won the Special Award for Youth Literature and the Best Short Story Award in the First Nebula Awards for Global Chinese Language Science Fiction. She lives in Chengdu, China, with a cute west highland white terrier and works as a children's book editor. (source: Clarkesworld)

 

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