Amber Hsu (徐碧莉//xúbìlì) is a Chinese-born, US-raised, UK-based writer, poet, filmmaker, visual artist, and small press publisher.
She has written for and with the Royal Court Theatre, the BBC, Islington Youth Theatre, Orange Tree Theatre, and National Theatre Studios amongst others. She recently adapted a collection of myths from Ovid for young audiences for the Royal Shakespeare Company, and is currently under commission with them to adapt stories from Chinese Classics.
She is also the creator of #OnePoundPoems — a live, verse-making endeavour involving a 1936 Remington Portable typewriter, a handful of willing poets, and the goodwill of strangers.
In 2013, she conceived of and created Tiny Pencil — an independent, artist-led, anthology artzine and press dedicated to the lead arts.
Once, she also worked in a morgue.
Get in touch at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some Press & Interviews:
RSC Livestream Interview with Erica Whyman (Deputy Artistic Director Royal Shakespeare Company) & Claire Birch (Producer of Three Tales from Ovid)