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 Informed by my background in physics, my writing seeks out experimentation: not just for innovation, but for constraint, context, and collaborations.
 
My work, scientific at its core, prioritizes playfulness and honesty. I investigate relationships by studying iteration and mutation in both form and content, asking: how does history change in its repetition?
 
As a transnational, transracial Korean-American adoptee, I am interested in the permeability of borders and communities.
Chapbook:
Mother Tongue (Gold Line Press, May 2021), chosen by Diana Khoi Nguyen
Poems:
Nonfiction:
Select Performances: 
  • No Longer Invisible Vigil (April 2021)

  • Adoptees for Justice (November 2020)

  • Wordsmiths Seoul (August 2019)

  • Adoptees.KREATE (August 2019)

  • Pitzer College Showcase (May 2019)

  • Wordsmiths Seoul (August 2018)

  • Adoptees.KREATE (August 2018)

  • Sarah and Phil Kaye Opener (March 2018)

Select Coursework

  • Mentorship Fellow, Kundiman (Aug 2021- Feb 2022)

  • Dream, Memory, & Ecstasy Intermediate Workshop with Ladan Osman, Cave Canem (Fall 2020)

  • The Political Act of Vulnerability Workshop with Luther Hughes, Hugo House (Fall 2020)

  • Beast of No Poetics Intermediate Workshop with Marwa Helal, Cave Canem (Spring 2020)

  • Scribe Lab with Rae Gouirand (Spring & Fall 2020)

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SPEAK Kickoff Event
(December 2017, The Hidden Cellar, Seoul, Korea)
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Sarah and Phil Kaye Opener
(March 2018, Bridges Auditorium, Claremont, CA)
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Adoptees.KREATE 2019
(August 2019, I Art Seoul, Seoul, Korea)