Kwan Ann Tan
Kwan Ann Tan is a writer from Malaysia, and an MSt English (650-1550) student at the University of Oxford.
Currently, she is the Editor-at-Large for Malaysia at Asymptote Journal, Poetry Editor at Chestnut Review, a copy editor at Strange Horizons, and a volunteer reader at Ploughshares.
You can find her on Twitter at @KwanAnnTan, or contact her via email at [email protected]
For excerpts of her work, find them here.
Find the complete list here
Pithead Chapel / 'Banana Milk'
Masters Review / 'Pearl (c.1200–1400)'
Joyland Magazine / 'Steamboat'
The Offing / 'Malacca River'
Asymptote Journal / 'From Epic Hero to Modern Bro: On Maria Dahvana Headley's "Beowulf"'
Honey Literary / 'Spit'
Corvid Queen / The Singer & the Storyteller
Crab Fat Magazine / "孤掌难鸣" and "the ballad of the drowned"
Ghost City Press / Lunar Maria
Porridge Magazine / "creation song"
Sepia / 'Life Drawing'
Sine Theta Magazine / 'Dirge of the Hungry Ghosts'
The First Line / "The Last Lonely Song"
The Mays Anthology (Volume 27) / "Muar, 1941"
(forthcoming July 2021) X-R-A-Y / 'Open Mouthed'
Guest Editor for the Ghost City Press Summer Series
Winner of the Richard Hillary Prize (Trinity College, Oxford)
Finalist for the David T.K Wong Fellowship
Co-founder of the Malaysian Poetry Writing Fortnight
Recipient of the Elizabeth Zott Novel-Writing Scholarship at Curtis Brown Creative