Jill Chan writes poems and fiction. Her work has appeared in various New Zealand literary magazines (and anthologies) both in print and online; in websites in the US, UK, Italy, Hong Kong, and Australia; and in the New Zealand Poetry Sound Archive.

She has read at an Amnesty International benefit reading alongside established poets, and at various National Poetry Day events.

She is the author of five collections of poetry: On Love: A Poem Sequence (2011); Early Work: Poems 2000-2007 (2011);These Hands Are Not Ours (ESAW, 2009), winner of the Earl of Seacliff Poetry Prize; Becoming Someone Who Isn’t (ESAW, 2007); and The Smell of Oranges (ESAW, 2003).



2 Responses to Editor

  1. Sam Silva says:

    This is an incredible magazine Jill

  2. Michael Dwayne Smith says:

    Thank you for including me in the marvelous pantheon of Quantum poets. I’m a fan of the journal and admire the job you’re doing with it. Keep pestering the world with poetry!

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