Obituary Note: Haiyan Xu

Haiyan Xu, a Chinese science fiction translator whose pen name was denovo, died on September 6 in a diving accident, author Ruhan Zhao reported on Facebook. She was 39.

Xu was a genetic scientist who received a Ph.D. from Columbia University and who translated William Gibson's Neuromancer, Charles Stross's Singularity Sky, Robert A. Heinlein's The Man Who Sold the Moon and Methuselah's Children, a range of short stories and novellas by Nancy Kress, and more.

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