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“Banal Apocalypse”

An Interview with Author Ta-wei Chi on the New Translation of The Membranes

Jane Chi Hyun Park and Ta-wei Chi

The Membranes is a classic, prize-winning science fiction novella by Taiwanese writer and scholar Ta-wei Chi, originally published in 1996 when Chi was only in his twenties. The book speaks to a number of topics close to my heart: my love of

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Andrew J. Ball

discourse surrounding the remarkable and still-developing concept of Sinofuturism. I will leave it to our esteemed guest editors, Ari Heinrich, Howard Chiang, and Ta-wei Chi, to introduce this fascinating topic. In closing, I am also pleased to announce

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Andrew J. Ball

of “Queer Sinofuturisms” and will be guest edited by Ari Heinrich (University of California, San Diego), Howard Chiang (University of California, Davis), and Ta-wei Chi (National Chengchi University). The issue will feature two exemplary general

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Toward a Queer Sinofuturism

Ari Heinrich, Howard Chiang, and Ta-wei Chi

both the future and of queerness in creating their works of speculative fiction. In “Banal Apocalypse,” Jane Chi Hyun Park interviews Ta-wei Chi about his classic 1990s novella The Membranes ( forthcoming in English translation by Ari Heinrich with

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Voicing Pride and Futurity in the Age of A.I.

An Interview with Playwright Pao-Chang Tsai on Solo Date

Jing Chen and Pao-Chang Tsai

Heinrich, Howard Chiang, and Ta-wei Chi, envisioning not only a queer futurity of then and there ( Muñoz 2019 ) in an imagined A.I. age but also what Jack Halberstam (2011) calls a “queer art of failure.” The representation of the A.I. interface as the