Teresa Mei Chuc was born in Saigon, Vietnam and immigrated to the U.S. under political asylum with her mother and brother shortly after the Vietnam War. Teresa, a fellow and teacher consultant of the Los Angeles Writing Project (a chapter of the National Writing Project), teaches literature and writing at a public inner-city middle school. Teresa has a bachelors degree in philosophy, professional teaching credentials in primary and secondary education, and a Masters in Fine Arts in Creative Writing (poetry) from Goddard College in Plainfield, Vermont. Teresa's poem, "Eternity in Gaza," is featured in Silkworms Ink's 50th Chapbook Anniversary Chapbook, L, an anthology of international poets and short fiction writers
http://www.silkwormsink.com/. Teresa is working on her first book-length collection of short stories. An avid reader of
Russian literature and poetry, Teresa has studied the Russian language for over 15 years and in her spare time, translates her favorite poems.
Publications and Prizes
Year of the Hare (Shabda Press, 2013), Red Thread (Fithian Press, 2012)
Cartesian Product (Silkworms Ink, 2010), Cartography of Family (Chippens Press, 2010), Danaus Plexippus Plexippus (Victorian Violet Press, 2010), Truth is Black Rubber (Silkworms Ink, 2010)
L (Silkworms Ink, 2011), Mo (Silkworms Ink, 2011), New Poets of the American West (Many Voices Press, 2010)
Ascent Aspirations Magazine, Babel Fruit, Big Bridge, California English, EarthSpeak Magazine, English Journal, Jack Magazine, Memoir Journal, Miller's Pond, Mosaic, National Poetry Review, PoetryMagazine.com, Rattle, Saltwater Press, Sugar Mule, The Prose-Poem Project, The Splinter Generation, Verse Daily
Nomination for a Pushcart Prize
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Listing last updated: May 18, 2013