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ADVANCED PRAISE FOR THERE IS STILL SINGING IN THE AFTERLIFE​

REVIEWS:

Steph Chang for Sintheta:

'There Is Still Singing in the Afterlife' is a collection that sears with both memory and mouthed prayers, where death is not a singular act and language teems with life.

INTERVIEWS:

重音社: 重音五问 - with Jiaoyang Li

Singapore Unbound: Art Is + with Janelle Tan

honors

Finalist, The Cecil Hemley Memorial Prize judged by Sally Wen Mao, Poetry Society of America, 2020

Winner,  Own Voices Chapbook Prize, Radix Media 2020, judged by Aria Aber

Honorable Mention, Four Quartets: Poetry in the Pandemic, Tupelo Press, 2020

Honorable Mention, 2020 Auburn Witness Poetry Prize, judged by Paisley Rekdal 

Winner, The George Bogin Memorial Prize judged by Carrie Fountain, Poetry Society of America, 2020

Art of Future Imaginations Grant, NYU Tisch, 2020

Fellow, Center for Book Arts, 2020

Fellow, Global Research Institute, Athens, Greece, 2020

Fellow, NYU Screenwriting Production Lab, 2019

Shortlist, Cosmonauts Avenue Nonfiction Prize, 2019

Lillian Vernon Fellowship, NYU Poetry MFA, 2018 - 2021

Fellow, Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, 2017 - 2018

Curatorial Fellow, Flaherty Seminars, 2017

Double short-list, Disquiet International Literary Prize, 2017

Research Fellow, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, 2016

G. Armour Craig Award for Prose Composition, The Corbin Prize, Amherst College, 2016

interviews

Artists on Coping: Interview with Silkworm Pupas,  Art Spiel, 2020

Interview, Divided Families podcast, 2020

Interview, The Common, 2018

Profile: "Real Lives of Refugees", Amherst Alumni, 2018

Interview, The Amherst Student, 2015

press

在人间|一个出现在雅加达难民营并独自横跨亚欧非9国的神秘女孩儿“徐今今”,  2020

The Silent Plight of the Stateless , Li Xin Xin, 2020

Featured Profile, Re-Orient, 2020

Introduction to The Scores'  English as Additional Language Special Issue, 2020

"Feminism as a way of Diasporic Life," Roundtable, Launch of Women's Studies Quarterly, 2019

Three Watson Fellows for 2017, Amherst, 2018

Fellowship Announcements, The Amherst Student, 2018

Young Enough to Change the World, Michael R. Connolly and Brie K. Goodis, Kalindi Press, 2015