ANTHOLOGIES

A Luxury We Cannot Afford (Math Paper Press, 2015, eds. Christine Chia, Joshua Ip): "Love Letters to H"

A Luxury We Must Afford (Math Paper Press, 2016, eds. Christina Chia, Joshua Ip, Cheryl Julia Lee): "That I Cannot See", "Funkytown"

Asingbol: An Archaelogy of the Singaporean Poetic Form (Squircle Line Press, 2016, ed. Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingde): "My Messages"

The Epigram Books Collection of Best New Singapore Short Stories: Volume One (Epigram Books, 2013, ed. Jason Erik Lundberg): "Apocalypse Approaches" (honourable mention), "The Girl and Her Giant" (honourable mention)

The Epigram Books Collection of Best New Singapore Short Stories: Volume Two (Epigram Books, 2015, ed. Jason Erik Lundberg): "A Dream in Pyongchon", "The Anus Is the Centre of the Soul" (honourable mention), "The Wolves, or, Have You Ever Read Tao Lin?" (honourable mention)

Fish Eats Lion (Math Paper Press, 2012, ed. Jason Erik Lundberg): "Apocalypse Approaches"

Get Lit! (The New Paper, 2017, ed. Joshua Ip, Sing Lit Station): "Lorong Chuan"

In Transit (Math Paper Press, 2016, eds. Yu-Mei Balasingamchow, Rui He Zhang): "The Poems of Horvalla"

SingPoWriMo 2014: The Anthology (Math Paper Press, 2014, eds. Ann Ang, Joshua Ip, Pooja Nansi): six poems

SingPoWriMo 2015: The Anthology (Math Paper Press, 2015, eds. Jennifer Anne Champion, Joshua Ip, Daryl Qilin Yam): "A Dark Part of Town"

SingPoWriMo 2016: The Anthology (Math Paper Press, 2016, eds. Joshua Ip, Ruth Tang, Daryl Qilin Yam): four poems

Text in the City (The Arts House, 2015): "Lorong Chuan"

We Contain Multitudes: Twelve Years of Softblow (Epigram Books, 2016, eds. Jason Wee, Cyril Wong): "Row"

JOURNALS

Ceriph — Issue 4 (2011): "Petrichor", "The Girl and Her Giant"

Ceriph — Issue 5 (2012): editorial assistant

Ceriph — Issue 6 (2012): "A Dream in Pyongchon", editorial assistant

Cha: An Asian Literary Journal — Issue 17 (2012): "Remember: #3-#7", "Change Your Heart; Look Around You" (Best of the Net 2012 finalist, Pushcart Prize 2013 nomination)

Cha: An Asian Literary Journal — Issue 23 (2014): co-judge ("Void" Poetry Contest)

Cha: An Asian Literary Journal — Issue 24 (2014): "A Contingent of Birds" (Best of the Net 2014 nomination)

Cha: An Asian Literary Journal — Issue 25 (2014): "WHERE ARE THE GANDERS?" (Pushcart Prize 2015 nomination)

Cha: An Asian Literary Journal — Issue 28 (2015): guest editor (prose)

Esquire (Singapore) — January 2013: "The Chicken"

LONTAR: The Journal of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction — Issue 2 (2014): "Funkytown"

LONTAR: The Journal of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction — Issue 3 (2014): "Signs, or, The Fate of Big-Footed Individuals"

OF ZOOS — Issue 3.1 (2014): "A Contingent of Birds"

OF ZOOS — Issue 4.1 (2015): "Evening Poems"

QLRS — Vol. 11, Issue 2 (2012): "Love is a Killer", "It's Not Valid"

QLRS — Vol. 13, Issue 4 (2014): "The Wolves, or, Have You Ever Read Tao Lin?"

QLRS — Vol. 15, Issue 3 (2016): "Ichi-e, or, One Soup, Three Side Dishes"

QLRS — Vol. 14, Issue 2 (2015): "Thing Language"

Softblow — April 2014: " Row"

Voice & Verse Poetry Magazine — December 2017: "A Contingent of Birds" 

COMMISSIONS

«être» — Issue 3 (2016): "Sentence"

Microcosmos (studioKALEIDO, 2012): "OUTRO"

poetry.sg (Sing Lit Station, 2015): "Critical Introduction to Ho Poh Fun"

Sayang (BooksActually, National Arts Council, SWF 2016): "Jiro"

The Substation Love Letters Project (The Substation, 2014-2015, ed. Cyril Wong): "Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime"

twelve:thirty — Issue 1 (2017): "A Film By Hong Sang-Soo"

WE ARE LOSING INERTIA (Bing Hao Wong, 2014): "The Anus is the Centre of the Soul"

 

PROJECTS

The Co-op (The Substation, 2016-2017): member, programmer of A Common Ground (7-26 Feb 2017, The Substation), editorial

The H&R Project (Hannah Yukon, Rijard Bergeron, 2016-present): contributing artist

Lomography Magazine (Lomography, 2017): "After Risaku: A Photo Series by Daryl Qilin Yam and the Lomo LC-A Minitar-1 Art Lens."

10 x 10: an intergenerational literary equation (Ceriph, studioKALEIDO, 2012): participant, facilitator, editorial assistant