Stephanie Chang (she/they) is a Chinese-Taiwanese Canadian writer and editor from Vancouver, British Columbia. Her writing appears in The Rumpus, Adroit Journal, Kenyon Review, Frontier Poetry, Blue Mesa Review, Waxwing, Hobart Pulp, Penn Review, Peach Mag, Berkeley Poetry Review, wildness, and others. She is the winner of the 2021 Adroit Prize for Poetry, judged by Carl Phillips. Currently, she studies Art History and English at Kenyon College, where she received the $15,000 S. Georgia Nugent Award in Creative Writing.
She has been recognized by the Academy of American Poets, Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, Poetry Society of the United Kingdom, Anthony Quinn Foundation, League of Canadian Poets, Hollins University, and Breakbread Literary Project. Additionally, she is the youngest Canadian writer to be nominated for the Pushcart Prize, Best New Poets, and Best of the Net.
Her first chapbook of poems, NIGHT MARKET IN TECHNICOLOR (Ghost City Press 2020), was described as "full of image and song, of history... scenes that ripple compellingly into personal revelation" by Alycia Pirmohamed, recipient of the 2019 CBC Literary Prize for Poetry. SAINTLESS (Sunset Press 2022) is her second chapbook.