Hong Kong Writers Circle podcast Episode 15: Editing Tales of Two Cities
S Mickey Lin talks about the editing process of our shared anthology Tales of Two Cities.
There are also readings from the Hong Kong based contributors.
00:00 - Introduction - Ongoing interview with S Mickey
01:10 - Extract 1: The Beekeeper of Hong Kong by Elizabeth Solomon (read by Simon)
06:30 - Extract 2: The Concrete People by Carsten John
13:40 - Extract 3: Free the Yau Ley One by Kim Grant (read by Simon)
21:40 - Extract 4: Window on the World by Jane Wallace (read by Simon)
27:20 - Interlude: Singapore by The Advocates and anthology launch promotion
33:00 - Extract 5: Windfall in Wan Chai by Joy Al-Sofi
38:40 - Extract 6: Three Fingered Wu & Daisy Chu by Lawrence Gray (read by Simon)
46:30 - Copyright information
Tales of Two
The Singapore Writers' Group
Andrew Fiu - mentioned by Mickey
Cha: An Asian Literary Journal - mentioned by Simon
Hong Kong Writers Circle
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The Hong Kong Writers Circle podcast Episode 15: Editing Tales of Two Cities was produced by SCC Overton.
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Exerpts were from Tales of Two Cities edited by Alice Clark-Platts, S. Mickey Lin, Edmund Price and Harmony Sin, co-published by the imprint Ethos Books, the Hong Kong Writers Circle and the Singapore Writers Group.
The music was Jingle Jazz by Quantum Jazz from the album End of Line, used under the terms of a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0 licence.Jingle Jazz (Quantum Jazz) / CC BY-SA 3.0
The interlude music was Singapore by The Advocates, used with permission.
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Thanks as always to Katrina Teh for the podcast artwork.