Stephanie Han is a writer, editor, and educator. Her debut short story collection “Swimming in Hong Kong” (Willow Springs Books/distributed by University of Washington Press) won the Paterson Fiction prize, was shortlisted for the Asian Books Blog Award, and was the sole finalist for both the AWP Grace Paley Prize for Short Fiction and the Spokane Prize. Individual stories won recognition from Nimrod International Literary Journal, Santa Fe Writer’s Project, and the South China Morning Post.
Han is City University of Hong Kong’s first English literature PhD. She resides and teaches in Lahaina, Maui.