Sharni Wilson


Sharni Wilson is an Aotearoa New Zealand writer of fiction and a literary translator from the Japanese. She has translated fiction by leading contemporary Japanese writers such as Kaori Ekuni, Masatomo Tamaru, and Fumio Takano. Her work has appeared in Landfall, Asymptote, and the Best of Auckland, among others. In 2023 she won the inaugural At the Bay | I te Kokoru award for a hybrid manuscript. 

  • Junko Mase
    Illustration by fran_kie / Unsplash.comThree groups of children dine at long tables inside cages in this claustrophobic tale of no escape. We, my brothers and sisters and I, have broad dining tables.…