Glass, a handsome quarterly published in UK, interviews several international writers in their spring issue. In an article titled "Women Hold Up Half the Sky," the journalist, Samantha Kuok Leese, says about my writing:
There's more about my writing in the article, which also talks about another writer I admire, Xu Xi. Other writers you will read in this issue are Junot DÃaz, Isabel Allende, Russell Hoban, and Liz Calder. Though the content is not available from their website, you will probably be able to find the magazine on newsstands and in large bookstores. See more information below.
Dreams are the driving force of the world. Progress, development and hope are all made possible by the existence of these notions, whether it be to propel artistic freedoms, push scientific frontiers or simply make the world a better place. Glass was also conceived as a dream, to inform, challenge and inspire and we proudly celebrate one year since our dream was realised. In the past four issues we have had the privilege of speaking to some of the greatest creative, scientific and humanitarian names of our time. From Alber Elbaz and Karl Lagerfeld to Maggie Cheung and Shigeru Ban, from Charlotte Rampling to MÃ©decins Sans FrontiÃ©res, Renzo Piano to UNICEF. We thought it fitting therefore, to dedicate this anniversary issue to the beauty of the dream. As such we have strived to collaborate with some of the most inspirational names, whose dreams have led them to become pioneers and progenitors in thought and deed.