Jill Chan is a poet and fiction writer based in Auckland, New Zealand. Her poems have been published in MiPOesias, foam:e, Tears in the Fence, Blue Fifth Review, Otoliths, Snorkel, Broadsheet, JAAM, Poetry New Zealand, Brief, Takahe, Trout, Deep South, Blackmail Press, and other magazines. Her stories have been  published in Flash Frontier, Every Writer’s Resource, Denver Syntax, The Tower Journal, A-Minor, Eunoia Review, and 52\250 A Year of Flash. She is the author of ten books: Alone and Other Flash Fiction (2017); What We Give: a novella (2017); What to Believe: poems (2017); Phone Call and Other Prose Writings (2017); The Art of It: Three Novellas (2011); On Love: A Poem Sequence (2011); Early Work: Poems 2000-2007 (2011); These Hands Are Not Ours (ESAW, 2009), winner of the Earl of Seacliff Poetry Prize; Becoming Someone Who Isn’t (ESAW, 2007); and The Smell of Oranges (ESAW, 2003). She is one of the poets featured in the New Zealand Poetry Sound Archive. Official website: http://www.jill-chan.com




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