Asian Books Blog runs an annual poll to find the Asian Books Blog Book of the Lunar Year. We are about to close the poll to find the book of the Year of the Dog, which has just turned to the Year of the Pig.
VOTING CLOSES AT 5PM SINGAPORE TIME TODAY.
More details here, but for quick reference, this is the shortlist...
Lion City: stories, by Ng Yi-Sheng
Rainbirds, by Clarissa Goenawan
Our Story: a memoir of love and loss in China, by Rao Pingru, translated by Nicky Harman
City of Devils, by Paul French
Lord of Formosa, by Joyce Bergvelt
Bury What We Cannot Take, by Kirstin Chen
Shanghai Story, by Alexa Kang
Sovereign Women in a Muslim Kingdom, by Sher Banu A.L. Khan
The Science of War: Sun Tzu's Art of War retranslated and re-considered, by Christopher MacDonald
The Chilli Bean Paste Clan, by Yan Ge, translated by Nicky Harman
The Wounded Muse, by Robert F. Delaney
There's No Poetry in a Typhoon, by Agnes Bun
IF YOU WANT TO VOTE, AND YOU HAVEN'T YET DONE SO, THEN BETTER GET A MOVE ON!!!!
HOW TO VOTE: To vote fill out the subject line only with the title of your one choice for the winner to firstname.lastname@example.org. Emails will not be read beyond the subject line giving the chosen title. Voting closes at 5pm on Friday February 15.
The announcement of the winner will be made this Sunday, February 17.