Judith Huang is a Singaporean poet, writer, editor, illustrator and translator. Her first novel, Sofia & The Utopia Machine, was shortlisted for the Epigram Books Fiction Prize 2017 and is available now here. Named a Foyle Young Poet of the Year in 2001, 2003 and 2004, her writing has been published in journals including Prairie Schooner, Asia Literary Review, QLRS, Cha, Loreli, Ceriph, LONTAR, Spittoon, Stylus, Clockwise Cat, Asymptote and the Harvard Advocate, as well as in anthologies like In Transit, Journeys, Singpowrimo 2014, Ayam Curtain and Body Boundaries. She holds an A.B. from Harvard University.

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Harvardwood Interview

Hey guys! I got interviewed by Harvardwood! Looks like I’ll get to LALALAND sometime đŸ˜‰ Nathan Clarke actually did a verbal interview with me here in Australia, and it’s a sound file here: https://soundcloud.com/user-62215966-320910073/harvardwood-interview-with-judith-huang-nathan-clarke And Read more…

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The Great Pleasure

26 07 2010 “Learning is perhaps the only pleasure that might replace increasing consumption as our chosen mode of enriching experience. Someday, the joy of recognizing a pattern in a leaf or the geological strata Read more…

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