Yun Humyong is a poet and novelist who debuted as a poet in 1967 when his poem was published in the Kyunghyang Daily in 1967. His novel won the Korea Times New Writer’s Contest in 1979. His published works include a collection of poetry, An Expert Archer ; anthologies of short works, The Love of Don Juan , The Fox Hunt , Listening to the Music of Flowers ; and novels, Us to the Stars and A Generation Without a Promise . He is the recipient of the Hyundae Literary Award, Yi Sang Literary Award, and numerous other literary awards.
Yun I-Hyeong debuted with the short story “Black Starfish” in 2005 and has since published three short story collections, one novella, and a YA novel. She has received the Munhakdongne Young Writers’ Award and the Moonji Literary Award. English editions of her work include “Danny” and “Bloody Sunday.”
Yun Ko Eun
Yun Ko Eun has written three novels and three short story collections. She has received the Daesan Literary Award, Hankyoreh Literary Award, and Lee Hyo-seok Literary Award. Her novels The Zero G Syndrome and Travelers of the Night have been published in China.
Yun Ko-eun was born in Seoul in 1980. Her short story “Piercing” won the 2004 Daesan Literary Award for College Students the year she graduated from university. She received the 2008 Hankyoreh Literature Award for her novel The Zero G Syndrome , the 2011 Lee Hyo-seok Literary Award for her short story “The Hippocampus, Fly,” and the 2015 Kim Yong-ik Novel Prize for her short story collection Aloha . The Disaster Tourist (Serpent’s Tail, 2020) is her first book to be translated into English.