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Select Art Writing and Essays

"Morris Lum's Tong Yan Gaii". C Magazine. December 14, 2022.  

"Kindred Trines" ed. Letticia Cosbert. Eleventh House. Koffler.Digital. April 2020:

“Searching for the Past in Far and Near: The Distance(s) between Us” Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art. 17.5 (2018): pp. 77 – 82.

A Study in Concrete. C Magazine. December 14, 2018.

“Shellie Zhang Recovers Spectral Traces from a Diasporic Past” Canadian Art, spring 2018.

‘How to Burn Paper for the Dead’ Asian American Writer’s Workshop’s Trans Pacific Literary Project (2017): online. Photo essay.

‘Mother Tongue: Performing the Chinese-Canadian Diaspora’ Performance Research 22.5 (2017): pp. 75-78. 

‘How to Burn Paper for the Dead’ MICE Magazine Issue 3. (2017): 

‘Wontons and Warnings’ Loose Leaf Magazine Vol. 4 (2017): 25-27. 

Select Poetry

“Murmur” Minnesota Review: A Journal of Creative and Critical Writing. Issue 91 (2018) pp. 29.

‘Echo // Home’ Shanghai Literary Review, Issue 2 (2017): pp. 14.

‘Lullaby in the Bedroom’ Room Magazine 40.3 (2017): pp. 79.

‘Throwing an English Dictionary in a Mallarme Void’. Web. The Found Poetry Review. Nov. Issue, 2011.

‘No Sympathy for Evelyn’. Word Riot. Web. Nov Issue, 2010.    

‘She’. CV2  (Fall 2006) Vol 29 No. 2

Select Writing about Annie Wong

Nayyar, Rhea. "Canadian City Clashes With Artist Over a Park’s Racist History," Hyperallergic. October 31, 2022. Raye Clarke, Fiona. "Reflections on New Monuments: Interview with Annie Wong." Canadian Stage. Spring 2022 

Annie Wong interviewed by Matt Jones. Gathering Partnerships. February 9, 2021.

Dundas, Deborah. "Annie Wong’s collaborative art conjures up the spirit of her ancestors," Toronto Star. October 17, 2020

Mah, Hailey. "Nourishment as Resilience: Meals for a Movement at Koffler.Digital" Peripheral Review. November 1, 2020. 

Cosbert, Letticia. "if i speak to you in anger." Gardiner Museum. 2018.

 “Works in Process: Annie Wong” [an interview]. Koffler.Digital, October, 2018

Zhang, Shellie. Animating the Antiquated: Collective Performances with Song Dong's Communal Courtyard. Art Asia Pacific, 2016. Web.

Updated Nov 2023

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