Alice Xin Liu

Alice Xin Liu is a writer and translator living in Beijing. Born in China, she left aged seven and was educated in Britain, graduating from Durham University studying English Literature. Since arriving in Beijing in 2007 she has worked as a news assistant for the Guardian, China Editor for Index on Censorship, editor at the Financial Times-affiliated Danwei.org (founded by Jeremy Goldkorn), and as Managing Editor of Pathlight: New Chinese Writing, with Paper Republic. Alice has translated two books: The Letters of Shen Congwen (Yilin Publishing House) and The Problem with Me: And Other Essays on Making Trouble in China by Han Han (Simon and Schuster). Her freelance writings have appeared in n+1Grantathe Guardian, Asymptote and other places. She is working on a novel. Sick of the mansplaining about China, since July 18, 2018 Alice hosts the biweekly NüVoices podcast with Joanna Chiu and Sophie Lu, hosted on SupChina.com. She’s a big décaf drinker. Her Twitter: @axliu

March 22, 8:00 PM – ALCHEMICAL IMAGINATION

March 31, 4:00 PM – NüVOICES PODCAST LIVE RECORDING: WOMEN IN SCI-FI AND BEYOND

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