Megan Walsh is a journalist and writer from London, who specializes in Chinese literature and film. She worked at Condé Nast and The Daily Telegraph, before moving to the books desk at The Times of London until 2013. While at The Times she reported on contemporary art and literature in China, Russia and Northern Iraq, was on the judging panel for The Forward Poetry Prize and chaired a discussion about Chinese fiction at The London Book Fair. Megan then moved to Beijing, followed by Taipei, before completing a masters in Chinese Literature and Film at SOAS. In recent years as a freelance journalist she has written about Chinese film, art and books for The New Statesman, The Times of London, Lithub and The Wall Street Journal.