Jennifer Kwon Dobbs

Jennifer Kwon Dobbs is the author of Paper Pavilion, recipient of the White Pine Press Poetry Prize and the New England Poetry Club’s Sheila Motton Book Award, and Song of a Mirror, finalist for the Tupelo Snowbound Chapbook Award. Recently, her work has appeared in Asian American Literary ReviewBlackbirdCrazyhorseCimarron ReviewMascara Review, Poetry NZ, and SOLO NOVO, among others; has been anthologized in Echoes Upon Echoes (Asian American Writers’ Workshop, 2003), Language for a New Century: Contemporary Poetry from the Middle East, Asia, and Beyond (W. W. Norton, 2008), and One for the Money: The Sentence as a Poetic Form (Blue Lynx Press, 2012); featured on radio and in film; and translated into Greek, Korean, and Turkish. Currently, she is assistant professor of English affiliated with the race and ethnic studies program at St. Olaf College where she teaches creative writing and Asian American studies.