*AAS, MLA, AWP conferences *outreach to literary and academic publications *"Flash Fiction" terminology used exclusively by Stone Bridge. Catchy eh? It will be featured very prominently on the cover. *Butterfly motif is an instantly recognizable literary convention in this field and provides much-needed context to this collection: i.e, flashing, delicateness, beauty, color, variety, transformation, transition, etc. *Editor/translator is highly active in doing interviews, readings, or any activities associated with fiction writing or MFA writing programs
Shouhua Qi is Associate Professor of English at Western Connecticut State University. He is the author of Red Guard Fantasies and Other Stories (Long River Press, 2006) and When the Purple Mounain Burns (Long River Press, 2005). He is also the leading Chinese expert and translator on the novels of Thomas Hardy.
"Modern Chinese fiction . . . looks to have made a great leap towards the bookshelves of [Western] readers." The Guardian "A significant contribution to both world and Chinese literature... filled with historical accounts, fantastic tales, humorous anecdotes, social commentaries, romances, poetic reflections, and parodies, among others." Modern Chinese Literature and Culture Resource Center