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Hong Kong Writers Circle Podcast

News, How-To's and interviews from the heart of the Hong Kong literary scene. For almost 25 years, the Hong Kong Writers Circle (HKWC) has been a stalwart of Hong Kong’s literary scene, creating an environment in which writers develop their skills and hone their craft, while increasing their knowledge of the publishing industry with the support of their peers. Our members come from all corners of the globe and range from published professionals to the aspiring amateur. Get inspired, get involved and get in touch with the Hong Kong Writers Circle at hkwriterscircle.com. Then get on with some writing! Produced by SCC Overton.
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News, how-to's and interviews

from the heart of the Hong Kong literary scene

Sep 6, 2017

 

Simon and Jason

 

Professor Jason S Polley discusses his two texts, "refrain" about his wide-eyed first travels in India, and "cemetery miss you" about a young man from Pakistan desperately trying to make a living in Hong Kong. Jason discusses the development of each text and explores questions of language, authorial intent and new forms of communication.

 

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Hong Kong Writers Circle podcast Episode 31: cemetery miss you / refrain

 

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The Hong Kong Writers Circle podcast Episode 31: cemetery miss you / refrain was produced by SCC Overton.

For more information about this podcast and all of our other activities, please visit our website: hkwriterscircle.com

This podcast featured:
'cemetery miss you' and 'refrain' by Jason S Polley, published by Proverse Hong Kong;
and excerpts from the Casey Neistat and Every Frame a Painting YouTube channels.

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 Southside by Lee Rosevere from the album Music for Podcasts 4, used under the terms of a Creative Commons Attribution licence.
Lee Rosevere (Quantum Jazz) / CC BY-SA 3.0

If you are an author, publisher or musician and would like to collaborate on an episode of this podcast or for any other feedback please click here to email, using the subject line "Podcast". Members of the HKWC are encouraged to get in touch with ideas, interview suggestions, audio essays and other ways to collaborate, including production assistance.

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Thanks as always to Katrina Teh for the podcast artwork.

 

 

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