Jane Wong teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in creative writing and literature. In addition to teaching poetry and hybrid forms, her research interests include Asian American poetry and poetics, migration and transnational studies, the digital humanities, and literature by BIPOC writers. Her poems can be found in places such as Best American Poetry 2015, American Poetry Review, POETRY, AGNI, Third Coast, Virginia Quarterly Review, and others. Her nonfiction essays have appeared in Best American Nonrequired Reading 2019, McSweeney's, Ecotone, The Georgia Review, Shenandoah, This is the Place: Women Writing About Home, and others. A Kundiman fellow, she is the recipient of a Pushcart Prize and fellowships and residencies from the U.S. Fulbright Program, Artist Trust, 4Culture, the Fine Arts Work Center, Bread Loaf, Willapa Bay AiR, Hedgebrook, the Jentel Foundation, SAFTA, Sarabande, and the Mineral School. She is the author of Overpour (Action Books, 2016) and How to Not Be Afraid of Everything (Alice James Books, 2021). In 2017, she received the James W. Ray Distinguished Artist award for Washington artists. In 2019, she debuted her solo art exhibit, “After Preparing the Altar, the Ghosts Feast Feverishly," at the Frye Art Museum in Seattle. A scholar of Asian American poetry and poetics, you can explore "The Poetics of Haunting" project here. A proud first-generation college graduate, she also grew up in a Chinese American take-out restaurant and teaches food writing.