Work

Non Fiction

2017

Shouldering ShameKill Your Darlings
Stories we grew up with: The Moon (China)Djed Press
What I’m Reading
Meanjin Blog
Cultural appropriation a year after Shriver furoreEureka Street
Sexual Racism: Why Do You Swipe Right?
The Quo
Mu’ooz and Rainbow Beer: Two food-related social enterprises supporting refugees and LGBTQI+ rightsThe Quo
Women of Colour are Superheroes TooQueen Victoria Women’s Centre Newsletter
Storytelling in F MinorDear Damsels
Monkey BusinessOverland
Enough Exposure: Why We Pay Our WritersDjed Press
Family Illnesses – mous magazine, Issue 3
Putting On My Best FaceThe Quo
In Sheep’s ClothingNoted Festival
What Does it Actually Mean to ‘Put Australians First’?Catalogue Magazine
We’re Coming to Swamp You AllThe Quo
Catalogue of CuriositiesNoted Festival
So You Studied Arts. Now What?The Cusp
Shut Them Down: Australia’s Abusive Offshore Detention Estategal-dem
Reclaiming My IndependenceFeminartsy
Dear Television: Let’s Stop Wondering if Australia is RacistCatalogue Magazine
Body of workThe Tempest

2016

What Happens When Your Parents Don’t Take Your Depression SeriouslyCatalogue Magazine
Why Arts Funding is More Important Than EverCatalogue Magazine
Australia, I’m Tired of Your Casual RacismCatalogue Magazine
In Pieces – Thistle Magazine
The Upside of Illness: Behind the Chinese PatriarchHomer
No, Cultural Appropriation is Not a ‘Passing Fad’ or ‘Political Correctness Gone Mad’ – Catalogue Magazine (Republishing of ‘Dangerous Ideas’)
Dangerous Ideas (Republished) – The Berlin Review of Books
On Summer Fashion and Feminism – Eleanor: A Zine
Dropping Stitches – The Regal Fox
Learning to Reject TraditionDear Damsels
Changing Childhoods – Dear Damsels
O is for Online Dating – F is for Feminism
Behind the Bamboo Screen – Brain Mill Press

Older

Innovation vs. Jobs and Growth – Semper Floreat
Questions of Home, Questions of Taste  – Rambutan Literary
Kick it to the Kerb – Semper Floreat
The Trouble with Davids – Semper Floreat
An Open Letter – Semper Floreat


Reviews

A Response to ‘One the Bear’Hot Chicks with Big Brains
Will We Be Right?: Melanie Cheng’s Australia Day
Kill Your Darlings
‘How Australian is Australian Enough?’: A Review of Roanna Gonsalves’ The Permanent Resident – The Lifted Brow
Single Asian Female: No Topic is Taboo in Michelle Law’s Impressive Debut – The Guardian


Interviews

Faizal Abdullah and “Hawa”Pencilled In
Edith Podesta and “Bitch: Origin of the Female Species”Pencilled In
A Woman Reimagining the Limits of Science: Marielle OngThe Quo
A Woman Reimagining the Limits of Science: Nathalie FarahThe Quo
Next Gen Composer John Rotar Talks World Premiere – CutCommon
A Woman Reimagining the Limits of Science: Josephine DiasThe Quo


Fiction

The Land of the New Year – Koru Mag, Issue 2
Storm – Djed Press
Firecracker – Halo Lit Magazine
Azure – Rambutan Literary
More – Stripped Lit
Summer – Effervescent Magazine
Tremblings – Halcyon
Climbing, Reaching- – The Regal Fox
Extinguishing – Miniatures


Press/Mentions

A Conversation with Yen-Rong WongLiminal Magazine
Best Feminist Books
Writers Bloc
Interview with Marisa Wikramanayake (Diversity Roundup, Jan-Feb 2017) – Australian Women Writers
Q&A: Yen-Rong Wong of Pencilled In (& HCwBB!) – Hot Chicks with Big Brains
Pencilled In – UQ Blog


Other

New Marvels, New Lenses: A Podcast about DOCTOR STRANGE (2016) Podcast with Rachel Merrick, Amelia DiTommaso, hosted by Matthew Finch