Amber Hsu (徐碧莉//xúbìlì) is a British-American Taiwanese-born writer, poet, visual artist, and small press publisher.

She has written for the Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal Court Theatre, CBBC, BBCIslington Youth Theatre, Orange Tree Theatre, and National Theatre Studios amongst others. Most recently, her scripted short Rock, Paper, Fire appeared on the CBBC for young audiences, and she also adapted a collection of heroic tales and legends for the Story Museum’s Stories from the Woodshed series .

In 2017, she was named to the BBC‘s New Talent Hotlist after her short film script The Match Girl was produced by BBC3 for their groundbreaking series #TheBreak.

In 2014, she was awarded a Film London London Calling Award and commissioned to make her first short film: Next Time.

She is also the creator of #OnePoundPoems, a live poetry project, and the Tiny Pencil, an artist-led anthology artzine dedicated to graphite arts.

Once, she also worked in a morgue.

Get in touch at:

For literary enquiries please contact Emily Hickman at The Agency .
t: +44 (0) 20 7727 1346

Some Press & Interviews:

RSC Livestream Interview with Erica Whyman (Deputy Artistic Director Royal Shakespeare Company) & Claire Birch (Producer of Three Tales from Ovid)

BBC Writersroom

Broken Frontier Small Press Spotlight on Tiny Pencil

Nee Hao Magazine

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