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Louise Law Lok-Man

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Louise Law Lok-Man

Louise Law Lok-Man (羅樂敏) graduated as a philosophy major from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, where she also received a master’s degree in English. In 2010 she joined Fleurs des lettres, one of Hong Kong’s most acclaimed literary magazines, and is now its director. She was the festival manager at the Hong Kong International Literary Festival and the project manager of LitStream, the first literary festival initiated by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council. She was one of the first runners-up for the 3rd Li Shing Wah Modern Poetry Award for Young Poets, and is one of the six recipients of the Panel Commendation Award for New Authors in the 13th Hong Kong Book Prize. Her first Chinese poetry collection, Or So It Seems (《而又仿佛》), was published in 2018.

Articles by Louise Law Lok-Man

Power Resides within It: Louise Law Lok-Man and Jennifer Feeley on Hong Kong Literature
By Jennifer Feeley & Louise Law Lok-Man
In the wake of the anti-extradition protests in 2019 and the implementation of the National Security Law in June 2020, Hong Kong—and, consequently, its literature—has increasingly been in…
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