Official author bio

Natalie Wang writes about cats, ghosts, and womanhood, and maintains that they are all the same thing. She is the runner-up of Fairy Tale Review's 2018 contest, and has been published in LONTAR: The Journal of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction, The Kindling, Quarterly Literary Review Singapore, Eunoia Review, Fairy Tale Review, Cordite Poetry Review as well as the SingPoWriMo anthologies and My Lot Is A Sky. Her poetry has been commissioned by and displayed at the Singapore Art Museum. Her debut collection of poetry The Woman Who Turned Into A Vending Machine (Math Paper Press) is a book on womanhood and metamorphosis, and a tribute to the fox spirits and vengeful ghost women she read about as a child.

Photography by  Tanvi Dutta Gupta

Photography by Tanvi Dutta Gupta

Interviews
“Reads: The Woman Who Turned Into A Vending Machine – Natalie Wang” - in PopSpoken (2019)

”NATALIE WANG ON SING LIT, MILLENIAL POETS AND INFLUENCES” - in BooksActually’s Chowing Fat (2019)

Reviews
“4 Singaporean Writers To Start The Year With” - in Her World Singapore (2019)

”SIBLINGS: FOUR RECENT POETRY TITLES 
FROM SINGAPORE’S MATH PAPER PRESS” - in Rain Taxi (2019)

Podcasts
"a dramatic monologue” -
in so… poetry? (2019)