Join us for a launch and reading with Tiffany Sia of 更咸更濕 TOO SALTY TOO WET [LEAKED], a limited-run, poster-size zine in anticipation of the forthcoming book-length version to be coming soon and printed under Speculative Place Press.
Too Salty Too Wet by Tiffany Sia is an anti-travelogue essay on distance and desire within and without Hong Kong. Weaving together text message conversations, philosophical excerpts, personal family history, and the lived experience of political entropy, Too Salty Too Wet is an extraordinary document of love and loss across mediated realities.
Tiffany Sia is a film producer, writer and artist. She is the founder of Speculative Place, an independent and experimental project space in Hong Kong hosting residents working on film, writing and art. She is the author of Salty Wet, a chapbook series published by Inpatient Press, and the executive producer of Adam Khalil and Bayley Sweitzer’s science-fiction political thriller, Empty Metal, as well as a forthcoming documentary by the Khalil Brothers, Ancestors in The Archives.