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Chinese Literature

Our podcast this week is all about books and money in modern China. If you, like us, are tired of Lu Xun and Lao She, listen to Sinica this week as we look into the state of contemporary Chinese literature, asking what writers are hot, what writers are not, and even the more humdrum question of how much authors make these days.

Joining host Jeremy Goldkorn are three of the most knowledgeable people from Beijing publishing circles. We’re delighted to be joined by Jo Lusby, General Manager of Penguin Books in North Asia; Eric Abrahamsen of the translation consulting company Paper Republic; and Alice Liu, Managing Editor of the newly launched translation journal Pathlight, which features translations of works from upcoming Chinese novelists including a piece from a name longtime Popup Chinese listeners will recognize.

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