|Liu at MidAmeriCon II|
Death: Still alive and writing great fiction while also translating all of the good Chinese science fiction into English.
Comments: Ken Liu is an American science fiction author, lawyer, computer programmer, and translator. His story The Paper Menagerie has the singular distinction of being the only work to ever win the Hugo, Nebula, and World Fantasy Awards. Liu has also been nominated two other times for the Hugo Award and six times for the Nebula Award as well as numerous other honors.
In 2014 Liu translated Cixin Liu's novel The Three-Body Problem into English. In 2015 the book was nominated for the Nebula, Locus, Campbell, Prometheus, and Hugo Awards, in part based upon the strength of Liu's translation.
Liu has a website named Ken Liu, Writer. He can also be found on Twitter.
My reviews of Ken Liu's's books:
Other books by Ken Liu that I have read but not reviewed:
Books translated by Ken Liu that I have reviewed:
Short fiction by Ken Liu appearing in works that I have reviewed:
The Literomancer found in Fantasy & Science Fiction: Volume 119, Nos. 3 & 4 (September/October 2010)
Short fiction translated by Ken Liu appearing in works that I have reviewed:
What Has Passed Shall in Kinder Light Appear by Bao Shu, found in Fantasy & Science Fiction: Vol. 128, Nos. 3 & 4 (March/April 2015)
Essays by Ken Liu appearing in works that I have reviewed:
Exploring the Frontier: A Conversation with Xia Jia found in Clarkesworld: Issue 100 (January 2015)
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