Writing

 

Select Anthologies

Bodies Built for Game, Natalie Diaz (ed.), University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, Nebraska, 2019

Ink Knows No Borders: Poems on the Immigrant & Refugee Experience, Alyssa Raymond & Patrice Vecchione (eds.), Seven Stories Press, New York City, New York, 2019

Nepantla: An Anthology Dedicated to Queer Poets of Color, Christopher “Loma” Soto (ed.), Nightboat Books, New York City, New York, 2018

Inheriting the War: Poetry & Prose by Descendants of Vietnam Veterans & Refugees, Laren McClung (ed.), W.W. Norton, New York City, New York, 2017


Movies + Documentaries

Love Beats Rhymes, RZA (dir.), Lionsgate, Santa Monica, California, 2017

Brooklyn Slams, winner of a New York City Emmy Award, Christopher Raddatz (prod.), BRIC Media Arts, Brooklyn, New York, 2017


Select Poems

Copernicus, The New Yorker (forthcoming)

Incident Report, Poetry Magazine, October 2019

The Cave, Poetry Magazine, October 2019

Endosymbiosis, Poetry Magazine, October 2019

Like Judith Slaying HolofernesPoetry Magazine, December 2018

The Nightmare, Poetry Magazine, December 2018

Our Lady of the Sacred HeartBoston Review, selected by Timothy Donnelly, May 2018

Scientific MethodPoetry Magazine, April 2018

The Santa Ana, nominated for a Pushcart Prize & Best of the Net Prize, Poem of the Week, Split This, Rock, March 2018

ChromeThe New Yorker, September 2017

GardenNYLON, September 2017

East Mountain ViewThose Winter SaturdaysAgainst Redemption, Lineage of Mirrors, Winter Tangerine, selected by Julian Randall, April 2017

Elegy with My Mother’s Lipstick, nominated for a Pushcart Prize & Best of the Net Prize, The Boiler Journal, March 2017


Select Interviews

Paul vs. The Past,” VS Podcast, Poetry Magazine, February 2019

I thought what I survived deserved recognition,” Prairie Schooner, December 2016

The Conversation: Hanif Abdurraqib and Paul Tran,” The Rumpus, March 2016

Viet Thanh Nguyen: Anger and the Asian American Novel,” The Margins, Asian American Writers Workshop, reprinted in The Sympathizer, winner of the Pulitzer Prize, Viet Thanh Nguyen, Grove Atlantic, New York City, New York, 2015, hardcover 2016