Joan Kwon Glass is the mixed-race, Korean American author of NIGHT SWIM (Diode Editions, 2022), and three chapbooks (HOW TO MAKE PANCAKES FOR A DEAD BOY @Harbor Editions, IF RUST CAN GROW ON THE MOON @Milk & Cake Press & BLOODLINE @Harbor Review). She serves as poet laureate for Milford, CT, Editor in Chief for Harbor Review & a Brooklyn Poets Mentor. Joan is an instructor on the faculty of various writing centers including the Hudson Valley Writers Center, Brooklyn Poets & Corporeal. Her work has won or been finalist for several prizes & her poems have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize & Sundress Anthology Best of the Net & have been featured on The Slowdown & Rattlecast. Joan’s poems have been published or are forthcoming in Poetry Northwest, Ninth Letter, Tahoma Literary Review, Prairie Schooner, Asian American Writer’s Workshop (The Margins), RHINO, Rattle, Dialogist, Hayden’s Ferry Review & elsewhere. She is available for manuscript consultations, readings and workshops.
Read the reviews of NIGHT SWIM here:
New Haven Arts Council The Poetry Question Mom Egg Review
Read reviews of HOW TO MAKE PANCAKES FOR A DEAD BOY here:
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