The National Museum of Taiwan Literature has organized a series of forums at the 2019 Taipei International Book Exhibition featuring Taiwanese literary artists who have recently completed international residency programs in Europe and the United States. These six writers are:
Huang Chong-kai (黃崇凱), author of four novels including "Blue Fiction (黃色小說)" and a member of Alphabet Lab (字母會), a collective of experimental writers and critical theorists in Taiwan. Huang was a 2018 resident of the University of Iowa's International Writing Program.
Wu Yu-hsuan (吳俞萱), author of two bilingual books combining photography and poetry ― "The World Without Names (沒有名字的世界)" and "Escaping Life (逃生)" ― as well as a number of collections that include her essays, poems, and photography. Wu is a 2019 fellow at the Santa Fe Art Institute in New Mexico.
Chang Chieng-fang (張健芳), a Taiwanese blogger, backpacker, and writer whose writing identifies food and shared table space as a cornerstone of greater human understanding and sympathy. She was a 2018 fellow at the Vermont Studio Center.
Wang Chien-min (王建閔), a mystery writer and literary reviewer who goes by the nom de plume Mr. Pets (寵物先生). His accolades include the first prize of the inaugural Souji Shimada Mystery Award for "Virtua Street (虛擬街頭漂流記)." He was a 2018 resident at the Can Serrat International Art Center in Barcelona.
Sabrina Huang (黃麗群), who authored the short stories collection "Welcome to the Dollhouse (海邊的房間)" as well as two works of prose. In 2012, she was named by Unitas as one of the 20 best Sinophone writers under 40. She was a 2018 resident at Literarischen Colloquium Berlin (LCB).
Chu Yu-hsun (朱宥勳), who keeps social issues at the heart of his writing. Apart from writing novels, he is also a magazine editor and regularly contributes articles on current affairs both online and in print. He was a 2018 resident at Literarischen Colloquium Berlin (LCB) as well.