Tammy Ho Lai-Ming

Author's Bio

Tammy Ho Lai-Ming is a Hong Kong-born writer. She is a founding co-editor of Cha: An Asian Literary Journal, the first Hong Kong-based online literary publication. Ho's poem "Elegy For A Brother Who Wrote Autobiographical Poems" (published in Boxcar Poetry Review) was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2008.

Publications and Prizes

A Moment of Deja Vu
(Forward Press, UK , 2007)
, FIFTY-FIFTY: New Hong Kong Writing
(Haven Books, 2008)
, HKU Writing: An Anthology
(Department of English, The University of Hong Kong, 2006)
, Life's Serenity: A Selection of Poetry
(Forward Press, UK , 2009)
, Not A Muse
(Haven Books, 2009)
, Poetry Live!
(Chameleon Press , 2008)
34th Parallel, 91st Meridien, BlazeVOX, Blue Fifth Review, BluePrint Review, Borderlines, Boxcar Poetry Review, Breadcrumb Scabs, Caffeine Destiny, Canopic Jar, Dark Sky Magazine, decomP, Diagram, ditch,, Elimae, Envoi, Fire, Flutter, Greatest Uncommon Denominator - GUD, hutt, Iodine Poetry Journal, James Dickey Review, Kritya, Loch Raven Review, Lunarosity, Magma, Miller's Pond, New Works Review, nthposition, Orbis, Poemeleon, poeticdiversity, Poetry Monthly, Poetry New Zealand, Qarrtsiluni, Retort Magazine, Rhythm Poetry Magazine, right hand pointing, Saint Ann's Review, Snakeskin, SNReview, Softblow, Sotto Voce Magazine, Stirring Literary Journal, Sub-Lit, Taj Mahal Review, The Apple Valley Review, The Beat, The Literary Bohemian, The November 3rd Club, The Pedestal Magazine, The Shit Creek Review, thieves jargon, this - a literary webzine, TPQ OnLine, Up The Staircase, Walnut Literary Review, Willows Wept Review, Word Riot, Ygdrasil, Yuan Yang: a Journal of Hong Kong and International Writing

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Hong Kong, China
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Last updated: Jan 28, 2011