JinJin Xu is a writer and filmmaker from Shanghai. Her poems and essays can be found in The Common and Women’s Studies Quarterly, and her films shown at Berlin’s Harun Farocki Institute and NYC’s Immigrant Artist Biennial (2020). She is currently an MFA candidate in Poetry at NYU, where she received the Lillian Vernon Fellowship. After spending a year traveling as a Thomas J. Watson Fellow, she is at work on an audio-poetics project collaborating with women dislocated as refugees and migrant workers. Her chapbook There Is Still Singing in the Afterlife was selected by Aria Aber for the Own Voices Chapbook Prize and is forthcoming in November from Radix Media.