Edited by Nicolette Wong with support from Kubrick Poetry Society
HK$128 / US$17
How do we situate ourselves when we navigate the city of Hong Kong—physically, and in our minds? Against a backdrop of bustling density and movement, the difficulties of making space have shaped our days. From the challenges of limited living space and the quest for personal space, to the everyday negotiations of our identities in the social space, we are constantly confronted with the question: How do we redefine the distance between the city, others, and ourselves, and between the selves within us?
This collection features prose, poetry and artwork from writers and artists in or from Hong Kong, as well as those who have had a close connection with the city, that explore the (im)possibility of making space. How do we remake space in our lives and our creative practices? What does this (im)possibility mean in (or in relation to) Hong Kong today?
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Nicolette Wong is a writer from Hong Kong and the author of Stone Bride Madrigals published by corrupt press (Luxemburg). She is the editor in chief of A-minor Magazine, and the founder of A-minor Press. She is currently the Writer in Residence at the Research Centre for Human Values, Department of English, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.