Ticket to Tomorrow: A Collection of Chinese Science Fiction and Fantasy
Paper • 226 pp • 130 × 200 mm • English
US$9.95 • C$12.95
It’s a not-so-distant era, when people pay top dollar to freeze themselves and hope to wake up in a more prosperous and ecological decade. Two friends take different paths to the future—but only one will make peace with the present. In other stories, the human race rebels against alien overlords who ban flying on Earth; a lost traveler is trapped in a deserted monastery haunted by swallows; and two men fight to survive a literary epidemic… This speculative fiction anthology includes work by twelve established and up-and-coming young Chinese writers, translated into English for the first time—a ride into a wild fantasy world.
About the Author
Liu Jue is the co-managing editor of The World of Chinese magazine. She has a Master of Science in Communication from Middle Tennessee State University, and a Bachelor of Arts from Minzu University. Based in Beijing, China, The World of Chinese is a bimonthly English-language magazine dedicated to Chinese culture, views, news, and society. The magazine features in-depth reporting, photography, award-winning design, never before-seen fiction, and interviews with Chinese opinion-shapers and newsmakers.