Zhu Hong




ZHU HONG is a prolific translator and a visiting professor who teaches courses on post-Mao writing in the department of Modern Foreign Languages and Literature at Boston University. She is the editor and co-translator of The Stubborn Porridge (Braziller, 1994), Festival of Flowers—Essays by Contemporary Chinese Women Writers (Yilin Press, 1995), A Frolic in the Snow (Liaoning Educational Press, 2002), China 1927: Memoir of a Debacle (MerwinAsia, 2013), Will the Boat Sink the Water?: The Life of China’s Peasants (Public Affairs, 2005), The Serenity of Whiteness: Stories by and about Women in Contemporary China (Ballantine Books, 1992), The Chinese Western: An Anthology of Short Fiction from Today’s China (Ballantine Books, 1991), and A Higher Kind of Loyalty (Pantheon, 1990). Her translations of short stories from Chinese have appeared in The Antioch Review, The Chicago Review, The Paris Review, and The Iowa Review.