Jennifer Wong and Theophilus Kwek Theophilus Kwek is the author of four volumes of poetry, most recently The First Five Storms, which won the New Poets' Prize in 2016. He spoke to Jennifer Wong about identity, the meaning of home and the influences on his work. Jennifer Wong: As a poet who has lived in different "places," how do you see the meaning of home and being away? Do you think it has a temporary or permanent impact on your work?
Jee Leong Koh is a Singapore poet and essayist living in New York City. He is the author of Steep Tea (Carcanet), named a Best Book of 2015 by UK's Financial Times and a Finalist by Lambda Literary in 2016. He has published three other books of poems and a book of zuihitsu. His work has been translated into Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Russian, and Latvian. Educated at Oxford University and Sarah Lawrence College, Jee teaches English at a private school in Manhattan.
Goldfishby Jennifer WongChameleon Press 3 starsClarissa Sebag-MontefioreGoldfish is a random name for a poetry collection that delves deep into Chinese culture. But perhaps random is the best word to describe this eclectic - and vast - group of poems, written by Hong Kong poet Jennifer Wong. Wong studied English literature at Oxford University and her debut collection, Summer Cicadas, published in 2006, looked into issues of identity and was largely focused on her experiences in England.
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