I’ve also written three non fiction books about China, two of them about Xinjiang – China’s Forgotten People, which looks at the issues behind the violence in Xinjiang. The Tree That Bleeds, my first book on this subject, appeared in 2011 from Luath Press. For more on this, see my interview in the New York Times.
My most recent book on China, Chasing the Chinese Dream, is a book of reportage about China’s transition to a primarily urban society.
My articles, reviews and essays have appeared in the Guardian, the London Review of Books, The Times Literary Supplement, The Independent, N+1, The Los Angeles Review of Books, Dissent, VICE, 3 A.M. Magazine, Literary Review and The Dublin Review.
In 2012 I received a Robert Louis Stevenson Fellowship.
In 2014 I won the Willesden Herald Short Story Competition.
You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and follow me on Twitter @NickHoldstock
If you want to book me for an event or a reading in Scotland, there’s funding available through the Live Literature Fund.