sick love, Black Lawrence Press (forthcoming 2020)
haunt (chapbook), Damaged Goods Press (2018)
Essays & Interviews
“Safe Enough: On Love, Fear & Queer Dance Parties”, GUTS Magazine (December 2018)
Lit Dish: Jody Chan, Poet on Lunch Ticket (December 2018)
“My Gender is a Pair of Safety Scissors”, VIDA Body of a Poem series (September 2018)
instructions for removing an IUD, Glass (forthcoming)
self-portrait from cottage country, Teresa Teng sends fan mail to Anna May Wong Foglifter (forthcoming)
syntax lessons, Hayden’s Ferry Review (forthcoming)
self-portrait after panic attack, The Boiler (June 2019)
Saturday Morning Cartoons, Baopu #15, The Margins (April 2019)
The first spring we planted perennials, Third Coast (February 2019)
on the day of Brett Kavanaugh’s hearing I pass a man on Nassau, The Rumpus - ENOUGH (February 2019)
a white man yells at me at the traffic light because, 餓鬼 // hungry ghost, Superstition Review (December 2018)
beauty secrets, Borderlands (print, 2018)
favourite person, Occulum (October 2018)
dear, Vagabond City (September 2018)
superstitions, Hobart (August 2018)
erasure, ghost, Looseleaf Magazine (print, May 2018)
unpacking, BOAAT (May 2018)
elegy for the pre-packaged pie I ate on March 14, 2018, Hot Metal Bridge (May 2018)
telling my mother i miss her, The Shade Journal (May 2018)
Telling my mother I'm not her daughter, Borderline personality disorder: an episode in parts, Nat. Brut Invisible Weight Folio (May 2018)
letter from the city to the firefly, Animal Magazine (March 2018)
flying lessons, Crab Fat Magazine (March 2018)
this is an offering, Lunch Ticket (December 2017)
the things we both knew, Minola Review (August 2017)
Awards & Fellowships
Feminist Art Collective Residency, May 2019
Ontario Arts Council, 2018-2019 Literary Creation Projects: Works for Publication Grant
2019 Witness Literary Awards finalist. “last summer”.
Tin House Winter Poetry Workshop, January 2019
Room Poetry & Fiction Contest 2018, Poetry Long List. “flight risk”.
Toronto Arts Council, 2018 Individual - Writers Grant
The Home School, Poetry Workshop, July 2018
2018 Third Coast Poetry Contest, judged by Sarah Kay. "The first spring we planted perennials".
L'Éphémère Review Inaugural Writing Awards, Poetry Longlist, 2018. "The first spring we planted perennials".
Briarpatch Writing in the Margins Contest, Poetry Shortlist, 2018. "Vancouver Seawall, third bench from the dock".
Voices of Our Nation (VONA), Poetry Workshop, June 2017