Kim Hyun

South Korean author Kim Hyun debuted as a poet in 2009 when his five poems including ‘Blow Job’ were featured in the quarterly Jakka Segye. Since then, Kim has published poetry collections Glory Hole, When Lips Are Open, Good Times, and Alone at the Beach During the Day; essay collections To Ken Loach: Don’t Worry and Go, I Have a Question, Sweater Anyway, I Will Steal Your Sorrow, The Unexpected Thing of Being an Adult, and I Will Leave Your Seat Empty. He has also co-authored a feminist novel collection Visitors at Dawn, a queer novel collection Life Is Always on the Brink of Collapsing, and the young adult queer anthology, So We Love. Kim has received the Shin Dong-yup Prize for Literature and Kim Jun-seong Literary Award.

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