Dung Kai-cheung

Dung Kai-cheung (董啟章), a 2009 IWP resident, has published fiction including [‘Androgyny: Evolution of a Nonexistent Species’] (1996), [‘The Atlas: Archaeology of an Imaginary City’] (1997), , [‘The Rose of the Name’] (1997), [‘Visible Cities’] (1998), [‘The Catalog’] (1999), [‘A Brief History of the Silverfish’] (2002) and [‘Histories of Time’] (2007), garnering him the United Daily News Special Award for Fiction in Taiwan and the Best Artist 2007/2008 Award (literary arts) from the Hong Kong Arts Development Council. Most recently he has authored Cantonese Love Stories: Twenty-five Vignettes of a City (2017) and Atlas: The Archaeology of an Imaginary City (2012). Dung teaches creative writing and Hong Kong literature at local universities.