Poetry New Zealand

I’m delighted that one of my poems has been accepted for publication in Poetry NZ Yearbook 52, coming in March 2018.  Many thanks to the editor, Jack Ross.


The Tower Journal

Two of my poems have been accepted by The Tower Journal, edited by Mary Ann Sullivan.  Publication is in mid-September. Thank you, Mary Ann.


Published in Otoliths

Sections of my poem “Silence” in the latest issue of Otoliths. Thank you very much, Mark Young.


Brief

I’m glad that two of my poems have been accepted for publication in future issues of the wonderful New Zealand journal Brief. Thank you to the editor Olivia Macassey.


What To Believe: poems (2017)

Freshly published. My latest collection of poetry is now available as a paperback at Amazon.com

https://www.amazon.com/dp/1548695254/

Jill Chan’s sixth book of poetry is a selection of her best work with the theme of faith and belief. The sequence “What To Believe,” an 18-part tour de force, is filled with uncanny precision and beautiful language. It asks more than answers, seeks more than finds:

 

how we steal

the most empty places

 

just to be sure

of our honesty


Walking

My poem “Walking” on Fictionaut.


Otoliths

One of my favourite places to submit is the fabulous online literary magazine Otoliths. I’m delighted to announce that three sections from my on-going poem sequence “Silence” have been accepted for publication by the editor, Mark Young. Thank you once again, Mark.