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Books:


Automaton Biographies. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp, 2009.

Eggs in the Basement. Vancouver: Nomados, 2009.

Sybil Unrest. (Co-authored with Rita Wong.) Vancouver: Line Books, 2009.

When Fox Is a Thousand­. (With new afterword.) Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp, 2004.

Salt Fish Girl. Toronto: Thomas Allen, 2002.

When Fox Is a Thousand. Vancouver: Press Gang, 1995.

 

Fiction:


“The Starfish’s Groom,” Chroma, 11: (2010): 32-37.

“I Love Liver: A Romance,” Year’s Best SF 11. Eds. David Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer. New York: EOS, 2006. 176-179.

“An Excerpt from The Corrupted Text.” U Magazine. (Fall 2005): 34-35.

“I Love Liver: A Romance.” Nature: International Weekly Journal of Science. 434 (2005): 940.

“Rachel.” So Long Been Dreaming: Post-colonial Science Fiction and Fantasy. Eds. Nalo Hopkinson and Uppinder Mehan. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press, 2004. 53-60.

“The Combing.” Girls Who Bite Back: Witches, Slayers, Mutants and Freaks. Ed. Emily Pohl-Weary. Toronto: Sumach Press, 2004. 336-344.

“Two Houses and an Airplane.” Strike the Wok: An Anthology of Contemporary Chinese Canadian Fiction. Eds. Lien Chao and Jim Wong-Chu. Toronto: TSAR, 2003. 1-18.

“Nu Wa.” First Hand: New Writing. Intr. Andrew Motion. Norwich: University of East Anglia, 2001. 89-96.

“The Salt Fish Girl.” Take Out: Queer Writing from Asian Pacific America. Eds. Quang Bao and Hanya Yanagihara. New York: Asian American Writers’ Workshop, 2000. 117-122.

“Fish Bones.” Take Out: Queer Writing from Asian Pacific America. Eds. Quang Bao and Hanya Yanagihara. New York: Asian American Writers’ Workshop, 2000. 123-131.

“Pomegranate Tree.” Carnal Nation: Brave New Sex Fictions. Eds. Carellin Brooks and Brett Josef Grubecic. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press, 2000. 121-129.

“The Salt Fish Girl.” Seductive Feminisms/Féminismes séduisants. Spec. issue of Tessera 25 (1998/1999): 11-17.

“S.” Prairie Asians. Spec. issue of absinthe. 10.1 (1998): 3-15.

“April’s New Apartment.” Asian Pacific Authors on the Prairies. Spec. issue of Prairie Fire. 18.4 (1997): 23-28.

“The Salt Fish Girl.” Filling Station. 11/12 (1997): 18-23.

“When Fox Is a Thousand.” Urban Fictions. Vancouver: Presentation House Gallery, 1997. 40-41.

“The Peacock Hen.” Eye Wuz Here. Ed. Shannon Cooley. Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 1996. 180-184.

“The Voice of the Blind Concubine.” The Body. Spec. issue of The Asian Pacific American Journal. 5.1 (1996): 93-98.

“Water, and other Measures of Distance.” Into the Fire: Asian American Prose. Eds. Sylvia Watanabe and Carol Bruchac. New York: Greenfield Review Press, 1996. 21-32.

“The Home Body.” Trans. Nicolas Grandmangin. Estuaire. 75 (1994): 33-44.

“New Reeboks.” Colour. An Issue. Eds. Roy Miki and Fred Wah. Spec. issue of West Coast Line. 28.1-2 (1994): 122-128.

 

Poetry:


“synanthropic.” The New Vancouver. Spec. issue of Matrix. Eds. Sachiko Murakami and Anne Stone. 84 (2009): 4.

“from Goodbye Butterfly, Hello Kitty: An Opiate Opera.Open Text: Canadian Poetry in the 21st Century. Vol. 1. Vancouver: CUE, 2008. 66-79.

“digital signals, global snows: travelling asia with rm and community.” Miki. Spec. issue of West Coast Line. 57.42 (2008), 102-104.

“from Goodbye Butterfly, Hello Kitty: An Opiate Opera.Cross-Cultural Poetics. 19 (2008): 10-21.

“Ham.” West Coast Line. 54.41 (2007): 69-83.

“from Nascent Fashion.” Walrus. 3.5 (2006): 95.

“from Nascent Fashion.” Post-Prairie Anthology. Eds. Jon Paul Fiorentino and Robert Kroestch, Vancouver: Talonbooks: 2005. 86-87.

“Rachel.” Switch and Shift: New Canadian Poetry. Eds. Derek Beaulieu, Jason Christie and Angela Rawlings, Toronto: The Mercury Press, 2005. 82-84.

“from Maria.” West Coast Line. 38.2 (2004): 6-10.

“from Rachel.” West Coast Line. 38.2 (2004): 12-15.

With Rita Wong. “sybil unrest.” West Coast Line. 38.2 (2004): 39-61.

“2019 and all’s well.” Literary Review of Canada. 12.6 (2004): 16.

“i see double.” Literary Review of Canada. 12.6 (2004): 16.

“burgess quarry.” Ribsauce. Eds. Taien Ng-Chan et al. Montreal: Vehicule Press, 2001. 140-141.

“qing ming.” Ribsauce. Eds. Taien Ng-Chan et al. Montreal: Vehicule Press, 2001. 141-142.

“white snake.” Ribsauce. Eds. Taien Ng-Chan et al. Montreal: Vehicule Press, 2001. 143-144.

“amnion.” Swallowing Clouds. Eds. Andy Quan and Jim Wong-Chu. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press, 1999. 134.

“fish ball girl.” Swallowing Clouds. Eds. Andy Quan and Jim Wong-Chu. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press, 1999. 135.

“upsidedown poem.” Swallowing Clouds. Eds. Andy Quan and Jim Wong-Chu. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press, 1999. 136-138.

“dispersing: an i ching poem.” Swallowing Clouds. Eds. Andy Quan and Jim Wong-Chu. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press, 1999. 139-142.

“asian bird flu.” Swallowing Clouds. Eds. Andy Quan and Jim Wong-Chu. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press, 1999. 143-144.

“tell: longing and belonging.” Pearls of Passion. Eds. Makeda Silvera and C. Allyson Lee. Toronto: Sister Vision Press, 1994. 87-90.

“The Escape.” West Coast Line. 26.2 (1992): 100-103.

“Calling Home.” West Coast Line. 26.2 (1992): 104-105.

“Nostagia.” Harbour: Magazine of Art and Everyday Life. 1.4 (1992): 27-29.

“Shade.” Bamboo Ridge: The Hawaii Writers’ Quarterly. 52.4 (1991): 63-64.

“Arrangements.” The Capilano Review. 2.6/7 (1991): 16.

“Glory.” The Capilano Review. 2.6/7 (1991): 17.

“Eighty Years Bathing.” Many-Mouthed Birds. Eds. Jim Wong-Chu and Bennett Lee. Vancouver: McClelland and Stewart, 1991. 47.

“Where.” Contemporary Verse 2. 14.2 (1991): 27.

“Trap One.” Contemporary Verse 2. 14.2 (1991):28.

“Trap Two.” Contemporary Verse 2. 14.2 (1991): 29.

“Bone China.” Contemporary Verse 2. 14.2 (1991): 30-31.

“Nora.” Contemporary Verse 2. 14.2 (1991): 32.

“Looking for China in the Glass.” Contemporary Verse 2. 14.1 (1991): 13-14.

“The Silk Weaver.” Contemporary Verse 2. 14.1 (1991): 15.

“Eighty Years Bathing.” Room of One’s Own. 14.2 (1991): 106.

“The Birdwoman.” Matrix. 32 (1990): 14.

“Lullabye for the Insect Catcher.” Matrix. 32 (1990): 14.


 

Articles:


“The Time Has Come: Self and Community Articulations in Colour. An Issue and Awakening Thunder.TransCanada2. Ed. Smaro Kamboureli. Waterloo: WLUP, forthcoming.

“The Cameras of the World:  Race, Subjectivity and the Spiritual, Collective Other  in Margaret Atwood’s Oryx and Crake and Dionne Brand’s What We All Long For.” No Language is Neutral: Essays on Dionne Brand. Eds. Dina Georgis, Katherine McKittrick and Rinaldo Walcott. Waterloo: WLP,  forthcoming.

“Five Concerns and a Butterfly in the Ointment.” Dandelion 36. 1/2 (2010). 123-130.

“Labour Asian Can: Grammar, Movement, Institution.” Negotiating Diversity in Canada and Europe. Eds. Katja Sarkowsky and Christian Lammert. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 2010.

“The Imagination’s Subsidies: Whiners, Elites, Ordinary People and the Economy.” English Studies in Canada. 33:3 (2007): 16-19.

“The Identity of the Body Has Not Yet Been Confirmed.” Active Geographies: Women and Struggles of the Left Coast special issue of West Coast Line. Eds. Jo-Anne Lee and Rita Wong. 2008. 137-139.

“Community Action, Global Spillage: Writing the Race of Capital.” Citizenship and Cultural Belonging special issue of West Coast Line. Eds. David Chariandy and Sophie McCall. 2008. 116-128.

“Strategizing the Body of History: Anxious Writing, Absent Subjects, and Marketing the Nation.” Asian Canadian Writing Beyond Autoethnography. Eds. Eleanor Ty and Chrystl Verdun. Waterloo: WLUP, 2008. 87-114.

“Butterfly Prostheses and the Reproductive Mouth: Chains of Association in David Khang’s Mediamorphosis.” David Khang: How to Feed a Piano: La Monte Young Projects 2003 – 2008. Vancouver: Centre A, 2008. 29-37.

“Brand Canada: Oppositional Politics, Global Flows and a People to Come.” Reading(s) from a Distance: European Perspectives on Canadian Women’s Writing. Eds. Charlotte von Sturgess and Martin Kuester. Augsburg: Wissner-Verlag, 2008. 23-32.

Foreword. Accidental Occidental. By David McKirdy. Hong Kong: Chameleon Press, 2005.

“Future Asians: Migrant Speculations, Repressed History and Cyborg Hope.” West Coast Line 38:2 (2004): 168-175. (Spec. issue on my work.)

“Political Animals and the Body of History.” The Broadview Anthology of Expository Prose. eds. Tammy Roberts et al. Peterborough: Broadview Press, 2002. 587-596.

“Corrupted Lineage: Narrative in the Gaps of History.” In-Equations: can asia pacific. Spec. issue of West Coast Line 33 (2001): 40-53.

“Yellow Peril: Revisited.” Capilano Review 2.34 (2001): 6-10.

Foreword. Other Conundrums. By Monika Kin Gagnon. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press, 2000. 15-20.

“Asian Invasion vs. the Pristine Nation: Migrants Enter the Canadian Imaginary.” Fuse Magazine. 23.2. (2000): 30-40.

“Political Animals and the Body of History.” Canadian Literature 163 (1999): 145-156.

“Dictionaries, Masks and Broken Mirrors: Notes on Ho Tam’s Yellow Pages.” Light Year: A Festival of Photographies. (1997): fold out.

“The Sixth Sensory Organ.” absinthe. 9.1 (1996): 31-35.

“The Sixth Sensory Organ.” Bringing It Home: Women Talk About Feminism in Their Lives. Vancouver, Arsenal Pulp Press, 1996. 199-218.

“The Site of Memory.” Video re/View: The (best) Source Book on Canadian Artists’ Video. Eds. Peggy Gale and Lisa Steele. Toronto: Vtape, 1996. 344-350.

“Feminist Art Centre Closes: Vancouver Loses Focus.” Kinesis. May 1993. 4.

“Chinese Boxes.” [interruption]. Vancouver: Or Gallery, 1992. 16-34.


 

Conference Papers:


“Desiring Presents, Missing Pictures: Cultures of Redress and the Photographs of C. D. Hoy.” National University of Singapore, Singapore, July 2011.

“How to Do ‘You’: Methods of Asian/Indigenous Relation.” University of California at Riverside, Riverside, USA, March 2011. (In absentia)

“The Look of Like: Shooting Asian Indigenous Relation.” Cultures of Sustainability, Sustainability of Cultures: An Asian Pacific Workshop  Series. University of Wollongong, Wollongong, Australia, December, 2011.

“Radioactive Time: A Politics and Poetics of Asian/Indigenous Relation in Marie Clements’s Burning Vision.” Canada and Beyond: Inaugural Seminar. Universidad de Huelva-Sala de Grados, Huelva,  Spain, May 2010.

“Five Concerns and a Butterfly in the Ointment.”  What is Literature Today; What is Writing?  In(ter)ventions: Literary Practice at the Edge: Gathering. The Banff Centre for the Arts, Banff, Alberta. February 2010.

“A Poetics of Asian/Indigenous Relation: Notes on an Epistemology of Respect.” Canadian Asian Studies Association Conference. Pinnacle Marriot Hotel, Vancouver. October 2009.

“Journals in Space: Digital Circulation, Cultural Commons and Intellectual Labour.” Canadian Literature 50th Anniversary Gala. University of British Columbia, October 2009.

“Biopoetics in (Third) Space: Life Itself Between Freezing and Boiling in Souvankham Thammavongsa’s Found and Rita Wong’s Forage.” TransCanada 3. Mount Allison University, July 2009.

“Fish, Sybils and Other Queer Kin.” Queer Literary Kinship in New York, San Francisco, Toronto and Vancouver: A Symposium. University of Ghent, April 2009.

“Labour Asian Can: National, Institutional and Capital.” TransCanada 2. University of Guelph, October 2007.

“Labour Asian Can: National, Institutional and Capital.” Anniversaries of Change Conference. Simon Fraser University (Harbour Centre), September 2007.

“Brand Canada: Oppositional Politics, Global Flows and a People to Come,” Negotiating Diversity: Transatlantic Exchanges Between Canada and Europe, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany, April 2007.

“Community Action, Global Spillage: Writing the Race of Capital,” Serial Accomodations: Diasporic Asian Women’s Writing, University of British Columbia, March 2007.

“The Cameras of the World: Race, Subjectivity and the Multitude in Dionne Brand’s What We All Long For.” No Language is Neutral: A Conference on Dionne Brand, Toronto, October 2006.

“Laugh of Liberation: The Carnivalesque in Hiromi Goto’s Chorus of Mushrooms.” Wild Words: 2005 Alberta Centennial Literary Celebration. University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada, October 2005.

“Strategizing the Body of History: Anxious Writing, Absent Subjects, and Marketing the Nation.” Beyond Autoethnography: Writing Race and Ethnicity in Canada. Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada, April 2005.

“I See You Watching: Gender, Race and Cyber-subjectivity in Atwood’s Oryx and Crake.” Blurring the Boundaries: Transrealism and Other Movements, 26th International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, March 2005.

“RIM Manifesto.” With Rita Wong and Glen Lowry. Poetics and Public Culture: A Conference in Honour of Frank Davey. University of Western Ontario, London, Canada. March 2005.

“Citizen: Imagination and Agency.” Round table discussion with Fred Wah, Wayde Compton, Samir Gandesha, and Sophie McCall. SFU Writer-in-Residence Colloquium and Reading. Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada, March 2005.

“Future Asians: Migrant Speculations, Repressed History and Cyborg Hope.” Canadian Studies Conference, Greifswald, Germany, June 2004.

“Recollection Without A Cause: Trauma and Absence in Ishiguro’s When We Were Orphans.” Negotiating the Past: An International Conference on Asian British and Asian American Literatures, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, November 2003.

“Recollection Without A Cause: Trauma and Absence in Ishiguro’s When We Were Orphans.” Free Exchange Graduate Student conference, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, March 2002.

“Corrupted Lineage,” Renegotiating Identities: Canadian Studies in the Asian Pacific Context. Combined conference of the 2nd Asian-Pacific Conference in Canadian Studies and The Biennial Conference of the Association of Canadian Studies in Australia and New Zealand (ACSANZ), University of Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia, July 1-4, 2000.

“Political Animals and the Body of History,” Making History, Constructing Race conference, University of Victoria, October 23-25, 1998.


 

Monograph:


The Site of Memory: Chinaman’s Peak: Walking the Mountain. Banff: The Walter Phillips Gallery, 1993.


 

Journal Issues (Guest Editor):


With Aruna Srivastava, eds. The Body Chronic (Part 1): Women on Trauma, Pain and Illness. Spec. issues of Open Letter 10.7 (2000): 1-107.

With Aruna Srivastava, eds. The Body Chronic (Part 2): Women on Trauma, Pain and Illness. Spec. issues of Open Letter 10.7 (2000): 1-107.


 

Chapbooks:


Eggs in the Basement. Vancouver: Nomados, 2009.

welcome to asian women in business/ a one stop site for entrepreneurs. Calgary: MODL Press, 2004.

Maria. Calgary: True Lai’s Chapbook Press, 2004.

Nascent Fashion. Calgary: True Lai’s Chapbook Press, 2004.

Rachel. Calgary: True Lai’s Chapbook Press, 2004.

With Rita Wong. sybil unrest (Part 1). Vancouver: West Coast Line, 2004.

Feminine Sourcery. Vancouver: True Lai’s Chapbook Press, 2000.


 

Reviews:


“Review: Curator Andrea Fatona’s Queer Collaborations.” Kinesis. Oct. 1993: 19.

“Jamelie Hassan and Jamila Ismail: Doubling Identities.” Kinesis. June 1993. 17.

“Official Archives/ Personal History: a Review of Sharyn Yuen’s Like a Plague of Locusts.” Harbour. Spring 1993. 31-35.

“Words for the Unspoken: Review of All Names Spoken.” Kinesis. Mar. 1993. 17.

“Reclaiming Fabled Territory.” Rungh. 1.1/2 (1992): 34-37.

“Culture Jocks: Race to the Screen in Review.” Fuse. 15.1/2 (1991): 11-13.

“Eye on Events: Race to the Screen.” Trans-FM. Mar. 1991. 20.

“Four Asian Film/Video Makers.” The Independent Eye. Spring/Summer 1991. 31-35.


 

Interviews:


“Interview with Rita Wong.” Writers for Change. Spec. issue of West Coast Line. 33.3 (2000): 72-82.

“Interview with Rajinderpal S. Pal.” Writers for Change. Spec. issue of West Coast Line. 33.3 (2000): 87-93.

“Interview with David Nandi Odhiambo.” Writers for Change. Spec. issue of West Coast Line. 33.3 (2000): 97-104.

“Interview with Ashok Mathur.” Writers for Change. Spec. issue of West Coast Line. 33.3 (2000): 109-117.

“Interview with Tamai Kobayashi.” Writers for Change. Spec. issue of West Coast Line. 33.3 (2000): 122-126.

“The Heart of the Matter: Interview with Yasmin Ladha.” Kinesis. Feb. 1993. 15.

“Hitting the Nail on the Head Tax: An Interview with William Dere and Malcolm Guy.” Video Guide. 11.1 (1991): 8-9.


 

Teachers’ Guides:


Writers for Change: Cultural Diversity in Canadian Writing. Vancouver: Asian Canadian Writers’ Workshop, 1999.

 

 

 

 

 

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