And All the Trees of the Forest Shall Clap Their Hands,” Uncanny Magazine Issue 32
January/February 2020
Well, Your Honours, it is true that I killed your child king, indeed it is true…

paper, incense, need,” Augur Magazine issue 2.3
December 2019
You’re already dead when you cross the ocean…


Cho Chang: Outsider, Insurgent, Builder of Bridges — Not Walls,”
22 March 2017
Cho would always rather build a bridge than a wall…


Translatio,” Uncanny Magazine Issue 25
November/December 2018
What use is this origin
to me?
I cannot read even my grandfather’s name in Chinese…

reviewed by Charles Payseur at Quick Sip Reviews:
“A complex and wrenching read about the costs of empire and the loss of family. A fantastic read!”

For All My Missing Jiejies and Ayis,” Uncanny Magazine Issue 19
November/December 2017
Her face is a dark smudge on a white milk carton…

reviewed by Charles Payseur at Quick Sip Reviews:
“It’s a sharp and insightful piece that varies its stanza length and line lengths as if confronting the reader with all the different arguments, all the different ways of asking why this erasure is allowed. And it’s a question that lingers long after the poem is finished, ending like a whisper that sticks in the mind, echoing louder and louder.”


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