Bi Feiyu

Date of Birth: 1964
Occupation: Writer
Native Place: Jiangsu


Bi Feiyu is an author, a distinguished professor at Nanjing University, and serves as Vice Chairman of the Jiangsu Provincial Writers’ Association. Born in 1964 in Xinghua, Jiangsu province, he went on to study at the School of Literature at Yangzhou University (originally the Chinese Department of Yangzhou Teacher Training College), where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in literature in 1987. In the mid-80s, Bi Feiyu began to write. In 2013, he published his debut work, a nonfiction book titled A Youth in Subei Called “Don Quixote”. In December 2013, his work Pouring with Rain received the People’s Literature Prize for Short Stories. Interview Notes with Yang Lan earned Bi Yufei the name of “literary masseur” — he was massaging away the pains of the time.
Other Notable works of his include Massage, Nursing WomenThe Moon Opera, Flatlands, and Three Sisters. His works have been translated into other languages and published in many countries.


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