An international journal of Chinese and English-language poetry, Pangolin House features contemporary work, appearing bilingually with selected art or photography. Our schedule includes three issues per year. Based in Hong Kong and the U.S., Pangolin House seeks to honor aesthetic and literary excellence from both east and west.
Pangolin House editors [George O’Connell[(http://paper-republic.org/translators/george-oconnell/) and Diana Shi are deeply grateful to have been honored with a 2014 U.S. National Endowment for the Arts Literature Fellowship in Translation, both for our work with Chinese poetry since 2006, and our current assembly and translation of From Here to Here: New & Selected Poems by the eminent Chinese-language poet Lan Lan. Read more about this award and our translation philosophy on the NEA’s “Art Talk”.