David William Hill
David William Hill is a writer, editor, and teacher.
He recently returned home to Northern California after five years in Hong Kong.
His short fiction has appeared in several literary journals, including Catamaran Literary Reader, [PANK], Chicago Quarterly Review, Hobart, Cimmaron Review, J Journal: New Writing On Justice, and Arroyo Literary Review, among others, as well as in the anthology, As We See It: Hong Kong Stories, and in Heliography, the inaugural exhibition of Invisible City Audio Tours in Oakland, CA.
He was recently a finalist for a Glimmer Train prize and for the 2014 Montana Prize in Fiction at Cutbank, and his stories have been performed live in San Francisco, Berkeley, and Hong Kong.
He also served as assistant editor for two oral history books from Voice of Witness, Invisible Hands: Voices from the Global Economy (McSweeney’s, 2014) and Underground America: Narratives of Undocumented Lives (McSweeney’s, 2008.) His work from Underground America is anthologized, but not credited, in The Voice of Witness Reader: Ten Years of Amplifying Unheard Voices.
He has taught writing at San Francisco State University, Academy of Art University, City University of Hong Kong, and The Writing Salon in San Francisco and Berkeley, CA.