Kwan Ann Tan is a writer from Malaysia, and a student at Oxford University. When she isn't writing or studying, she's usually consuming an unhealthy amount of popular media or scrupulously avoiding thinking about the future.
She serves as the Roots Fiction Editor at Rambutan Literary, and previously held the position of Fiction Editor at both the Oxford Review of Books and The ISIS magazine. (MT 18/19)
You can find her on Twitter at @KwanAnnTan or on Instagram at kwanann.tan. She also runs a bi-monthly newsletter here.
Alternatively, you can contact her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
P U B L I C A T I O N S
Corvid Queen / The Singer & the Storyteller
Crab Fat Magazine / "孤掌难鸣" and "the ballad of the drowned"
The Oakland Arts Review / Chinese Cigarettes
"Masques", an anthology by Medusa's Laugh Press / "Conductor's Notes on Longing & Loneliness in B Minor"
L'Ephemere Review; Beyond the Shallows: An Anthology of Writing / "The Weight of Lost Things"
Porridge Magazine / "creation song"
The Cerurove / "& all this rain" and "a hagiography"
Herbert Society Journal / "Transference of Power"
The First Line / "The Last Lonely Song"
The Poetry Annals; The Anatomy of Desire / "this is how we talk about desire"
Half Mystic / “Entropy”
Hypertrophic Literary / “Maybe, Here”
L’Ephemere Review / “A Dying Orchid” (Nominated for Best of the Net 2017)