Joey Chin is a writer and artist in Singapore. Her mixed-language poems have appeared in Drunken Boat, Hayden’s Ferry Review, QLRS, The Missing Slate, Sweet Lit, Anthropology and Humanism, and The Transnational among many others.

Her conceptual works interrogate the narratives, reading and memoirs of spaces in urban living. It also evaluates personal communications between the self and markings of territoriality.

She has presented her writings, art and academic research in poetry, cross-cultural creative writing and text-based conceptual art in Singapore, China, Japan, Greece and the United States.

She holds an MFA in Creative Writing (Poetry) from the City University of Hong Kong, and her work has received grants from the Dorothy Cheung Foundation, the National Arts Council and an award in the Ethnographic Poetry Prize by the American Anthropological Association.

e-mail: joeychinlmATgmailDOTcom