Scott E. Myers is a translator of Chinese who focuses on contemporary queer fiction. He holds a B.A. in philosophy from Hampshire College and master’s degrees from New York University, the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, and the University of Chicago. A former union organizer who has done solidarity work in China’s labour movement, his translation of the diary of a retail worker in China appears in the book Walmart in China. In 2016 his translation of one of China’s earliest queer novels, Beijing Comrades, was published by the Feminist Press. His current book project is Paper Marriage, an English translation of Taiwanese author Chen Ruoxi’s 1986 novel Zhihun.