Chia-Lun Chang

Chia-Lun Chang is the author of One Day We Become Whites (No, Dear/Small Anchor Press, 2016). Recent work appears in Bettering American Poetry Volume 2, PEN America, Hyperallergic, Literary Hub, MuseMedusa, Evergreen, 6x6, and The Tiny. She has received fellowships and support from Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Tofte Lake Center, and Poet’s House. Born and raised in New Taipei City, Taiwan, she lives in New York City.


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Where My Dreaming and My Loving Live: Poetry & the Body, Part IV: Private Time Machine
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