‘Goldfish’ by Jennifer Wong
‘Goldfish’ is the new collection of poetry by UEA alumna Jennifer Wong and has recently been published by Chameleon Press. Jennifer (pictured) was born in Hong Kong and has taught creative writing at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. In 2012 she was writer-in-residence at Lingnan University and represented Hong Kong at the Poetry Parnassus Festival at London’s Southbank Centre. She graduated from the MA in Creative Writing (Poetry) at UEA in 2009, having
published her first collection ‘Summer Cicadas’, also with Chameleon, in 2006. Her poems have been published widely in journals, and selected for anthologies including ‘World Record’ edited by Neil Astley and Anna Selby (Bloodaxe 2012), ‘Asian Writing in English’ edited by Agnes Lam (HKU), and ‘Lung Jazz: Young British Poets for Oxfam’ edited by Todd Swift and Kim Lockwood (Cinnamon Press 2012).