Winnie M. Li is a writer, producer, and activist. Her debut novel, DARK CHAPTER, was nominated for a prestigious Edgar Award for Best First Novel; won The Guardian’s 2017 Not The Booker prize; and has become an Amazon bestseller. Taiwanese-American and raised in New Jersey, Winnie studied Folklore and Mythology at Harvard, specializing in Celtic Languages and Literature. In 2000, she was selected as a George Mitchell Scholar and earned her MA in Anglo-Irish Literature at the National University of Ireland, Cork. As of Autumn 2015, Winnie is a PhD researcher in the Department of Media and Communications at the London School of Economics, where she is researching the impact of social media on the public discourse about rape and sexual assault. Winnie also co-founded the Clear Lines Festival, the UK’s first-ever festival dedicated to addressing sexual assault and consent through the arts and discussion.