|Notable works||The Water That Falls on You from Nowhere (2013)|
Life and career
Chu was born in Taiwan, moved to the US and began learning English at age six. He read voraciously as a child and was inspired to write science fiction by the works of Ted Chiang. He has attended the Viable Paradise and Clarion science fiction & fantasy writing workshops.
In 2014 Chu won the Hugo Award for Best Short Story with the story The Water That Falls on You from Nowhere. Chu also reads for podcasts and translates novels and stories from Chinese into English.
|"Best of All Possible Worlds"||2013||Chu, John (February 2013). "Best of All Possible Worlds". Asimov's Science Fiction. Vol. 37 no. 2. pp. 70–74.|
|"The Water That Falls on You from Nowhere"||2013||Chu, John (February 20, 2013). "The Water that Falls On You From Nowhere". Tor.com. Retrieved 2016-01-23.||Berman, Steve, ed. (2014). Wilde stories 2014: the year's best gay speculative fiction. Lethe Press.||Winner 2014 Hugo Award for Best Short Story|
- John Chu's bibliography. Many of his stories are available free online.
- "John Chu", Tor.com, September 2014
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