Sabrina Huang

Sabrina Huang

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Sabrina Li-Chun Huang is a Chinese writer, born in Taipei in 1979. She studied philosophy at the National Chengchi University and after graduation, went on to work in media. She has published three collections of short stories: Fallen Xiao Luren (2001) and Eight Flowers Blossom, Nine Seams Split (2005) which were published under the pseudonym Jiu Jiu, and Welcome to the Dollhouse (2012), in which “The Girl of His Dreams” first appeared. Huang’s short fiction has won every major short story prize in Taiwan, including the China Times Literary Award and the United Daily Literary Award. In 2012, she was named by Unitas Magazine as one of the 20 best Sinophone writers under 40.  

 

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