Hsin-Hui Lin is a science fiction writer and literary critic based in Taipei. She is the author of the science fiction short story collection Human Glitches (瑕疵人型), which investigates the blurring boundaries between humans and non-humans, the surreal moments that happen in our mundane life, and the loss and loneliness that consume us in the age of technology. As a debut novelist, she was awarded the 2020 Taiwan Literature Award for Books, one of the local major literary prizes. In addition to creative writing, she frequently publishes reviews and essays on major media, intersecting literature with current events and cultural activities. Currently, she is a Ph.D. candidate at the National Chengchi University Graduate Institute of Taiwanese Literature. Her research concerns the relationship between literary texts and ecological and technological humanities.