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Interview by Zang Jixian. "Q&A with the Chinese Author Can Xue on the State of Chinese Literature." Sixth Tone, posted May 25, 2016.
Interview by Annelise Finegan Wasmoen. "Can Xue." Bomb—Artists in Conversations, posted March 11, 2015. [The interview, which focuses on Can Xue's The Last Lover, includes a translation by Annelise Finegan Wasmoe of Can Xue's short essay, "A Short Piece on Experimental Fiction."]
Interview by Annelise Finegan Wasmoen. "A Conversation with Can Xue." Music & Literature, No. 5, 2014. [This is a special issue of Music & Literature honoring the composer Kaija Saariaho, the Norweigian writer Stig Saeterbakken, and Can Xue. Finegan Wasmoen is the translater of The Last Lover. See pp. 267–272.]
Interview by Chad Post. "Interview with Can Xue from the Reykjavik International Literary Festival." Three Percent, September 25, 2013.
Interview by Dylan Suher and Joan Hua. "An Interview with Can Xue." Asymptote, 2013.
"The Aesthetic Activity in Modern Fiction," unpublished interview by Jonathan Griffith, February 2010. [Interview is from the unpublished portions of the interview in Chinese Literature Today and includes an extensive description of Can Xue's aesthetic and creative process.]
Interview by Jonathan Griffith, Chinese Literature Today. University of Oklahoma, Summer 2010.
Interview by Jonathan Griffith, Writer Magazine, February 2010, 492. [In Chinese]
"Can Xue Interview" on the publication of Five Spice Street by Yale University Press (2009), in Books section of Hong Kong Time Out, Time Out Group Limited.
Interview by Leonard Lopate, The Leonard Lopate Show, WNYC, April 14, 2009.
Interview by Bill Marx, editor, World Books. "Modernist Mystery Street." Public Radio International's The World.
Interview by Laura McCandlish. "Stubbornly Illuminating 'the Dirty Snow That Refuses to Melt': A Conversation with Can Xue." MCLC Resource Center Publication, 2002.