Zhou Wins Terran Award

Locus Magazine, Science Fiction FantasyZhou Wen is the winner of the Terran Award scholarship, funded by George R.R. Martin to cover all tuition and fees (travel and meals not included) for one applicant to attend the Taos Toolbox writing workshop. Applicants “must be from from a country where English is not the primary language.” The winner was selected by workshop staff including Walter Jon Williams.

Zhou was born in Jinan, Shandong province, and has a double B.A. in English and finance, and a Master’s degree in translation from Shandong University. She is currently enrolled in the Chinese University of Hong Kong for another Master’s degree in translation. She is 24 years old.

As a translator, she has translated into Chinese several Marvel and DC comics, including Aquaman Vol. 1: The Trench.

As an author, she’s been published in the Florilegium: Chinese Literature Today, the magazine Life Week, and the new media account Non-Existence. Her short story Silent Syllables won the China Science Fiction Readers’ Choice Award.

The Taos Toolbox Master Class in Science Fiction and Fantasy will be held July 7-20, 2019 in Angel Fire NM. Special guests and lecturers include George R.R. Martin and E.M. Tippetts.

For more information, see the Taos Toolbox website.

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