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Our fifth podcast for January is “Ether” written by Zhang Ran, translated by Carmen Yiling Yan and Ken Liu, and read by Alasdair Stuart.

 
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ISSUE 100, January 2015

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Best Science Fiction of the Year

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Born in 1981, Zhang Ran graduated from Beijing Jiaotong University in 2004 with a degree in Computer Science. After a stint in the IT industry, Mr. Zhang became a reporter and news analyst with Economic Daily and China Economic Net, during which time his news commentary won a China News Award. In 2011, Mr. Zhang quit his job and moved to southern China to become an independent writer. He began publishing science fiction in 2012, with his debut story, "Ether," winning the Yinhe (Galaxy) Award as well as the Gold Xingyun (Nebula) Award. His novella, "Rising Wind City," won the Yinhe Award and a Silver Xingyun Award.


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