Natalie Wang

Natalie Wang spent her childhood reading about fox spirits, ghost women, trickster faeries and debauched gods. Her debut collection of poetry, The Woman Who Turned into a Vending Machine (Math Paper Press), is a collection of poems on womanhood, metamorphosis, and myth and a tribute to these childhood companions. Her works have been published or are forthcoming in The Fairy Tale Review, LONTAR: The Journal of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction, The Kindling, Rambutan Literary, Quarterly Literary Review Singapore, and Eunoia Review as well as the SingPoWriMo anthologies.


i have covered the mirrors hung red banners on the door salted the corners burned the sage painted the ceilings blue sprayed holy water while murmuring the catechisms you taught me on bent knee and open hard palms all while …

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