Writer, translator and publisher, Harvey Thomlinson, in Beijing, China. Photo: Simon Song Simon SongWriter, translator and publisher, Harvey Thomlinson, in Beijing, China. Photo: Simon Song Simon Song
Writer, translator and publisher, Harvey Thomlinson, in Beijing, China. Photo: Simon Song Simon Song

How British author, translator and publisher Harvey Thomlinson helped bring Asian literature to the world

  • His Make-Do Publishing translated works by Chinese authors Murong Xuecun, Chen Xiwo and Anni Baobei
  • Thomlinson’s own novels take an experimental approach to language, exploring its scope and limitations

Topic |   Chinese authors
Writer, translator and publisher, Harvey Thomlinson, in Beijing, China. Photo: Simon Song Simon SongWriter, translator and publisher, Harvey Thomlinson, in Beijing, China. Photo: Simon Song Simon Song
Writer, translator and publisher, Harvey Thomlinson, in Beijing, China. Photo: Simon Song Simon Song
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