Jia Qing Wilson-Yang

Jia Qing Wilson-Yang is a Canadian writer and musician. Her debut novel ''Small Beauty'' was published in 2016.

She was awarded an honour of distinction from the Dayne Ogilvie Prize in 2016, and won the Lambda Literary Award for Transgender Fiction at the 29th Lambda Literary Awards in 2017. Her writing has also appeared in the anthologies ''Bound to Struggle: Where Kink and Radical Politics Meet'' and ''Letters Lived: Radical Reflections, Revolutionary Paths'', and in the literary magazine ''Room''.

Wilson-Yang was a member of the Guelph-based Burnt Oak collective and record label. She co-founded the group in 2005 with Ryan Newell and Brad MacInerny. In 2007 she released ''May All Yr Children Be Dragons'' which featured songs written while living in Beijing learning Mandarin. The same year Wilson-Yang released the split EP ''Hands and Feats'' with Burnt Oak member Richard Laviolette. They supported the release with a seven-week tour of the United States and Canada. Provided by Wikipedia
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    Small beauty by Wilson-Yang, Jia Qing

    Montreal, QC : Metonymy Press, 2016
    First edition.
    Format: Book


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    Small beauty by Wilson-Yang, Jia Qing

    Montreal, QC : Metonymy Press, 2016
    Format: Book