Abigail Chang

Abigail Chang is a writer, editor and designer currently based in Taipei, Taiwan. She is the founding EIC of SUNHOUSE Literary, and her work appears or is forthcoming in Salamander, Diode, Quarterly West, Redivider, Los Angeles Review, Puerto del Sol, The Normal School, Cortland Review, the Shore, and elsewhere.

Experience/Misc

Editorial Positions
EIC, SUNHOUSE Literary (2023-)
Poetry Reader, Triquarterly (2023-)
Poetry Editor, Lumiere Review (2022-)
Fiction Reader, the Ex-Puritan (2021-)
Senior Editor, Polyphony Lit (2021-)

Programs
Mentee. Iowa Young Writer's Studio under Logan Hoffman-Smith (2023)
Mentee. Adroit Journal Summer Mentorship under Darius Atefat-Peckham (2022)

Selected Honors
Virginia B. Ball Competition (2024): finalist
Pushcart Prize (2023): nominated by CAROUSEL
Wigleaf Top 50 Longlist (2023): selected, Girls in the Womb, published by Gone Lawn
Alliance for Young Artists & Writers (2023): Gold Keys 4x, Silver Keys 2x, HM 3x
The Orison Anthology (2022): nominated by Parentheses Journal
Best of the Net (2022): nominated by MAYDAY

Selected Publications

Poetry
Elephant Eve - Puerto del Sol (forthcoming)
The Long Way Down - Redivider
True Blue - Diode
Eye-scape and Chess on the Cape - Los Angeles Review
Affection (2022) - CAROUSEL
Summer Fresh / Fresh Summer - Salamander
2 Poems - Room
Fishbowl - Moon City Review
Living Past First Dusk - Half-Mystic
How I Live - the Shore
2 Micros - Citron Review
Everything You Say Matters - Cortland Review
Yellow-morning - Gulf Stream
Girls In The Womb - Gone Lawn
Moon Bath - Parentheses Journal

Prose
Ossuary - Vagabond City (forthcoming)
Comedown Machine - Quarterly West
HOW WAS SALLY ON THE NIGHT OF THE BREAKING? - The Normal School
THOUGH SALLY WANTS TO KNOW EVERYTHING, THERE ARE SOME THINGS SHE CAN’T QUITE REACH - Fractured Literary

Press
Interview with the Shore
Palette Poetry: Poetry We Admire (AAPI Poets)