Xujun Eberlein

C/O Bernstein Literary Agency40 East 83rd StreetNew York , NY 10028
Website: 
www.xujuneberlein.com

Author's Bio

Publications and Prizes

Book

Apologies Forthcoming
(Livingston Press,
2008)

Journal

Literal Latte
The Walrus
Michigan Quarterly Review
Post Road
Prism International
Iron Horse Literary Review

More Information

Listed as:
Creative Nonfiction Writer, Fiction Writer
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Identifies as: 
Asian American
Prefers to work with: 
Adults
Fluent in: 
Chinese, English
Born in: 
Chongqing, China
Raised in: 
Chongqing, China

Personal Favorites

Favorite Authors:
George Orwell, Virginia Woolf, Victor Hugo, Luo Guanzhong

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Listing last updated: March 15, 2013.

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