PRESS AND REVIEWS

--Thank you Sundress Publications and Danielle Hanson for naming Revenge of the Asian Woman The Wardrobe's Best Dressed

--Thank you to Tallahassee Democrat and CD Davidson-Hiers for interviewing me about Revenge of the Asian Woman

--Erin Noehre, Associate Poetry Editor of Hayden's Ferry Review reviews Attack of the Fifty-Foot Centerfold

--Too Much of a Good Thing is Wonderful,” Brian Clifton of American Literary Review interviews me. 

--Many thanks to my former student, Samantha De Oliveira and Jack Clifford for this FSU article on my leadership of The Southeast Review: “The Southeast Review's content expands under Editor-in-Chief Dorothy Chan's leadership."

 

 

--2019 Forthcoming Poetry Books by Queer People of Color by Luther Hughes

 

--Entropy's Best of 2018: Best Poetry Books & Poetry Collections #44!  
 

​--Interview with Melanie Quezada of Shift: A Journal of Literary Oddities

--Interview with Kristina Ortiz for Lunch Ticket's Litdish!

 

--Miguel Soto reviews Attack of the Fifty-Foot Centerfold in Jet Fuel Review

“Food becomes crucial in many of Chan’s poems, as food is the center point for the speaker’s own realizations when it comes to how people respond to the food she presents them to, or even more simply, the celebration and joy that comes from being in the presence of familiar foods. Chan's speaker in “Ode to All My Flings Who Hated Dim Sum” assures the reader and her past “flings” that the issue is not with her cuisine, but the “flings” themselves: “these men / can’t handle the truth that this isn’t Bizarre Foods for me.”

 

​--Interview on VIDA for Bettering American Poetry Volume 3, here!   

 

 

--“A Monstrous Appetite Unleashed,” Torin Jensen reviews Attack of the Fifty-Foot Centerfold in Atticus Review!  

“That voice, born fully formed in the very first poem, confidently weaves her Chinese-American family history with roots in Hong Kong, New York, and Las Vegas with a burgeoning identity flush with appetite. That appetite, readily apparent in the first poem but from thereon continuously contoured, is multi-headed: a voracious appetite for her ancestral foods, for sex, for sexual representation, and for monstrously rejecting the bounds that white, patriarchal America attempt to place on her.”

 

 

--Garnering every emotion from fear to revulsion to arousal, her debut poetry collection, Attack of the Fifty-Foot Centerfold, celebrates being awake and aware in the places where one person’s past becomes another’s present.

Stephanie Trott reviews ATTACK OF THE FIFTY-FOOT CENTERFOLD in the October 2018 issue of Split Lip Magazine! 

 

--Can You Handle the Real Thing? Image and Magnitude in Attack of the Fifty-Foot Centerfold. Many thanks to Rachel Mindell for this review in Gertrude Press!

 

--The Little Patuxent Review. Celebrating Past Contributors' Successes. Thank you, Andrew Hamm for this interview

--Speaking of Marvels. Interviews about chapbooks, novellas, and books of assorted lengths. Attack of the Fifty-Foot Centerfold (Spork Press, 2018). Thank you, William Woolfitt for this interview!

--In Bed With Dorothy Chan, Queen MobTeahouse, here

 

--15 POEMS THAT MENTION FATHERS IN NON-SENTIMENTAL NON-TRAGIC WAYS. Thank you, Christina M. Rau of Book Riot for the shoutout! Read “Triple Sonnet for My Aggressive Forehead” here 

 

--LYRIC ESSENTIALS: DOROTHY CHAN READS BARBARA HAMBY’S “ODE TO SIRIN.” Thank you, Anna Lys Black of The Sundress Blog for this feature 

 

--Indie Lit Round-Up: What to Read This Weekend [Vol 2: May 11]. Thank you, Leah Angstman for the shoutout: “A friend tells me his favorite word is ‘lasagna,’ / and all I can think about is my favorite word, ‘sashimi.’” | Dorothy Chan will delight you with her foodie poem, “Ode to Lasagna,”on Berfrois

--Check out Episode 52: Richard Siken, Commonplace Podcast: Conversations with Poets (and Other People), here

 

--Poets Online Talking About Coffee: Interview with Russell Bennetts for Queen Mob's Teahousehere

 

--Take a look at my desk/writing space in this fun feature by Split Lip Magazine's blog. Thank you, Amy Rossi! Check it out, here

--Tyler Gof Barton and I talk about Chinatown Sonnets, my new work, etc. for KMSU Weekly Reader, here!  

--Nix Thérèse, Contributing Editor of Platypus Press' the Wilds reviews "Triple Sonnet for My Aggressive Forehead,which is featured on Poets.org, originally published in Quarterly West!

--New Pages' Katy Haas reviews the Fall 2017 issue of The Boiler, here!  

--Article from Cornell University Arts and Sciences, interview  conducted by Anna Carmichael, here

--Joyce Chong, Contributing Editor of Platypus Press' the Wilds reviews 2 poems from the latest issue of The Boiler, here

--Susan Nguyen, Poetry Editor of Hayden's Ferry Review reviews Chinatown Sonnetshere

--Friday Reads: June 2017 Book Review by Zack Strait for The Common, here

 

--Excerpt + Preamble on the Asian Review of Books, here!

 

       "Chinatown played a significant role in how I was raised—because Hong Kong and family was an ocean away, this was the best we could do."

--Interview with New Delta Review Interviews/Reviews editor, Raquel Thorne, here!

--Article from the Florida State University English Department, interview conducted by Jack Clifford, here!

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