Judith Huang is a Singaporean poet, writer, editor, illustrator and translator. 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, where she belongs to the Signet Society of Arts and Letters. Her first collection of poetry is forthcoming from Ethos Books in 2018, and her first novel, The Utopia Machine, has been longlisted for the Epigram Fiction Prize 2017.


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By morning the lanterns hung sobbing, their colours puddling like dew in the carpet grass, the fresh breeze rattled their wood. One or two had burnt up, left metal racks behind. The frangipani lifts its Read more…


The sky, the sea, the dog

The big sky laps the wooden planks, string bean poles hold nothing but themselves, sticking out like a ratted wall on both sides, it and its reflection. The sea is something spiritual to me, said Read more…

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