RABBIT is currently accepting submissions of nonfiction poetry for Issue 33: The ASIA Issue, to be guest co-edited by Miriam Wei Wei Lo and Alvin Pang. This issue seeks nonfiction poetry in any shape or form which is informed by, but not limited to, particular stories and larger interrogations relating to Asia—as accepted, contested, ambivalent or confluent concept or cultural locus; peoples, places, groupings, boundaries, origins, destinations, tongues, roots, sites, philosophies, polities, tensions, multiplicities, ideas, imaginaries, economies, histories, futures.
Please send up to 3 poems in one document through Rabbit‘s Submittable site. Please include in the cover letter of your submission:
• full contact details (postal address, email)
• 50-word max. bio
• a short (50-word max.) response to the following: What poetry or poem connects you to/with Asia?
SUBMISSIONS CLOSE MIDNIGHT THURSDAY 31ST DECEMBER 2020
About the guest editors:
Alvin Pang is a poet, writer and editor whose broad creative practice spans over two decades of literary activity in Singapore and elsewhere. Featured in the Oxford Companion to Modern Poetry in English, his writing has been translated into more than twenty languages. He completed a PhD in writing with RMIT University in 2020. His latest titles include WHAT HAPPENED: Poems 1997-2017 and UNINTERRUPTED TIME (Recent Work Press: Australia, 2019).
Miriam Wei Wei Lo writes poetry about human experience, often from a gendered and/or faith perspective. She was born in Canada, grew up in Singapore, and lives in Australia. Her heritage is mixed: Chinese-Malaysian and Anglo-Australian. Her work has been included in many collections and she teaches creative writing at Sheridan College. Find her on Instagram @miriamweiweilo
For more information and submissions, visit the RABBIT website.