“Every page should explode, either because of its profound gravity, or its vortex, vertigo, newness, eternity; or because of its staggering absurdity, the enthusiasm of its principles, or its typography.” ~ Tristan Tzara, 1918
poet | writer | editor
Ellen Chang-Richardson is a Canadian poet, writer and editor of Taiwanese and Cambodian-Chinese descent. Recipient of the 2019 Vallum Award for Poetry, her writing has appeared in Ricepaper, Hart House Review, Bywords.ca, Revue PØST, and more. Her debut chapbook, Unlucky Fours, is now available with Anstruther Press.
In addition to her writing, Ellen is a freelance editor and technical writer at the University of Ottawa. She is the founder of Little Birds Poetry - a series of editing workshops for poets and creative writers - and the co-founder of Riverbed, a new experimental performance series coming to Ottawa in May 2020. Find her on Twitter @ehjchang.
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