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Han Song

China (b.1965)

Han Song is a journalist with Xinhua News Agency and one of China’s leading science fiction writers. A native of Chongqing, Han earned an MA in journalism from Wuhan University; he began writing in 1982 and has published numerous volumes of fiction and essays. His novels include The Red Sea, Red Star over America, the Rails trilogy (Subway, High-Speed Rail, and Orbits), and the Hospital trilogy (Hospital, Exorcism, and Dead Souls), which has been described as a new landmark in dystopian fiction. 
Han is a six-time winner of the Chinese Galaxy Award for fiction and a repeat recipient of the Xingyun Award. His short fiction has appeared in the collections Broken Stars and The Reincarnated Giant and the anthology Exploring Dark Short Fiction: A Primer to Han Song.
 Han Song is also an avid reader and traveler, having traveled to the Antarctic and the Arctic. He’s even searched for bigfoot in the forests of central China.


Awards: Hugo (2024)

Genres: Science Fiction
New and upcoming books
January 2025

Dead Souls
(Hospital , book 3)
   1. Hospital (2023)
   2. Exorcism (2023)
   3. Dead Souls (2025)
Books containing stories by Han Song
Adventures in Space (2023)
Short stories by Chinese and English Science Fiction writers
edited by
Yao Haijun and Patrick Parrinder
The Long List Anthology Volume 8 (2022)
(Long List Anthology, book 8)
edited by
David Steffen

More books 

2024 Hugo Award for Best Short Story : Answerless Journey

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