William F. Wu- Author
william f. wu- AUTHOR
William F. Wu has had over sixty short stories published in the science fiction and fantasy fields and thirteen novels by major New York houses. He adapted his novel "Hong on the Range" for a three-issue, closed-end comic book from Image Comics in the 1990s.
Wu’s short story “Goin’ Down to Anglotown” was a 2011 finalist for Canada’s Aurora Award, for best short science fiction of the year, and for the Sidewise Award for Alternate History. His story "Wong's Lost and Found Emporium," a multiple award nominee, was adapted into an episode of the Twilight Zone in 1985, available on DVD.
A six-time nominee for the Hugo, Nebula, and World Fantasy Awards, Wu is a news editor in Palmdale, California. He was born and raised in the Kansas City area, and educated at the University of Michigan. He lives in Palmdale, California.
Following in the tradition of the bestselling Black Pulp, from Today's Best Authors and up and coming writers comes Asian Pulp from Pro Se Productions! A collection of stories featuring characters of Asian origin or descent in stories that run the gamut of genre fiction! Asian Pulp includes works from Don Lee, Naomi Hirahara, Kimberly Richardson, Percival Constantine, William F. Wu, Gary Phillips, Calvin McMillin, Mark Finn, Dale Furutani, Steph Cha, Henry Chang, Sean Taylor, Gigi Pandian, Louise Herring-Jones, Alan J. Porter, and David C. Smith. The anthology opens with an introduction from Leonard Chang, novelist and writer and co-producer of the TV crime drama Justified. Mysteries, westerns, stories of crime and noir, and more, all with Asian characters in the lead! Between these covers are 17 tales of action, adventure, and thrills featuring heroes and heroines of a different shade that will appeal to audiences everywhere! Asian Pulp! From Pro Se Productions!