Born in 1983, Cheng Jingbo is a prominent member of China's new generation of speculative fiction writers. In 2002, Ms. Cheng's story, "Western Paradise," was nominated for the most prestigious SFF award in China, the Galaxy Award. In 2010, her fantasy story, "Lost in Yoyang," won the Special Award for Youth Literature and the Best Short Story Award in the First Nebula Awards for Global Chinese Language Science Fiction. She lives in Chengdu, China, with a cute west highland white terrier and works as a children's book editor.

Cheng Jingbo has the following works available at Clarkesworld:

Grave of the Fireflies

FICTION by Cheng Jingbo, translated by Ken Liu in Issue 88 – January 2014

February 16: Through the Door Into Summer The Snow-No-More birds appeared in the sky, adding to the chaos that enveloped the world. The fluttering wings that were supposed to signal clear weather scraped across the orange sky like the return of snow-laden billows. Ash-white feathers filled the air, drifting down until they fell into the […]
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