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Stephanie Chang (she/they) is an internationally award-winning poet, editor, author, and scholar from Vancouver, Canada.
Her writing has been published in The Adroit Journal, Kenyon Review, Frontier Poetry, Strange Horizons, The Rumpus, The Offing, Waxwing, Peach Mag, Berkeley Poetry Review, Hobart Pulp, Wildness, Penn Review, and others. She is the author of Saintless (Sunset Press 2022), NIGHT MARKET IN TECHNICOLOR (Ghost City Press 2020), and a contributor of WHERE ELSE: An International Hong Kong Poetry Anthology (Verve Poetry Press 2023).
Her poem, "Lotus Flower Kingdom", earned a Special Mention in the 2023 Pushcart Prize Anthology alongside U.S. Poet Laureate, Ada Limón. It also won the 2021 Adroit Prize for Poetry, judged by Carl Phillips, and was selected for inclusion in the 2023 Best of the Net Anthology. She has been recognized by the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, Poetry Society of the UK, Anthony Quinn Foundation, League of Canadian Poets, Hollins University, Breakbread Literacy Project, and Patricia Grodd Poetry Prize.
She is pursuing a BA in Art History (Honors) and English at Kenyon College, where she received the $60,000 S. Georgia Nugent Award in Creative Writing and Academy of American Poets College Prize. Her research paper, "Collapsing the Colors of Identity in Jennie Jieun Lee's Queen Bee", is forthcoming from Verdigris: Smith College’s Undergraduate Art & Art History Journal.
She serves as the Editor-in-Chief of The OROTONE Journal (ISSN 2771-8964; Library of Congress) and Social Media Intern at Sundress Publications. A first-generation college student, Stephanie is the proud daughter of immigrants from Hong Kong and Taiwan. She loves matcha, Mitski, and full moons.