Ng Yi-Sheng is a Singaporean poet, fictionist, playwright, journalist, researcher, translator and LGBTIQ activist. He recently published his first collection of SFF short stories, Lion City, which was named by The Endless Bookshelf as the Best Book of 2018, and co-edited the anthology Sanctuary: Short Fiction from Queer Asia. He is a winner of the Singapore Literature Prize, a nominee for the Pushcart Prize, and has had his tales published in LONTAR, Mithila Review, and On Spec. He tweets and Instagrams at @yishkabob.

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Ng Yi-Sheng has the following works available at Clarkesworld:

Xingzhou

FICTION by Ng Yi-Sheng in Issue 154 – July 2019

My grandfather was a rickshaw coolie. He was born in China in the late 19th century, in a tiny village upriver from the coast of Fujian province. It was a time of misfortune. The rice harvests had failed. The landlords were heartless. His mother had hanged herself to escape her gambling debts. There was no […]
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