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2017 Bram Stoker Award® Winner, Elgin Award nominee, and one of LitReactor's Best Books of 2017, A Collection of Nightmares (Raw Dog Screaming Press) is a poetic feast of sleeplessness and shadows, an exquisite exhibition of fear and things better left unsaid. Available from Amazon.
Astropoetry, nominated for the 2018 Elgin Award, celebrates the wonders and mysteries of space in scifaiku and lyrical prose. On sale from Alban Lake Publishing.
2017 Elgin Award nominee, An Assortment of Sky Things, is a poetic tour of the solar system and beyond in haiku and short poetry.
Catku takes us on a whimsical life journey between a cat and its human, a tale woven with 21 haiku and senryu based on my life with beloved cats. A must-have for all cat lovers.
Christina Sng is an award-winning poet, writer, and artist. Her work has been published in numerous print and online venues worldwide and translated into six languages. She is the author of A Constellation of Songs (Origami Poems Project), Catku (Allegra Press), Elgin Chapbook Award nominees, An Assortment of Sky Things (Allegra Press) and Astropoetry (Alban Lake Publishing), and 2017 Bram Stoker Award® Winner, Elgin Book Award nominee, and one of LitReactor's Best Books of 2017, A Collection of Nightmares (Raw Dog Screaming Press).
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AWARDS, REVIEWS, FEATURES, INTERVIEWS
14 April 2018: My haiku "raining again" has won First Place in the Jane Reichhold International Prize! Many grateful thanks to the ukiaHaiku Committee and the contest judge, Michael Dylan Welch.
Comments by the Judge: "One of the hallmarks of a good haiku is the immediate sense that we've had the same experience, or that we've seen the same thing, feeling the emotions that go along with that experience. The poem validates our own experience as it seeks to honor the everyday extra ordinariness of life. We've all seen the soft tapping of a cat's tail, and may wonder what the cat might be thinking. Perhaps the cat is thinking exactly what we might be thinking, wishing it would stop raining so we might go outside again to enjoy the outdoors. The fact that it's raining again tells us that the cat's patience is being tried, as is our own during a rainy season. But the poem also offers a moment of contentment. It's very likely that the cat is content after all, regardless of the weather, suggesting that we might want to be content as well, no matter how much it continues to rain."
11 April 2018: Catku has been reviewed in Italian by Luca Cenisi.
31 March 2018: Delighted to be awarded 3 Haiku of Merit in the 10th Anniversary Edition of World Haiku Review in the categories Shintai (1) and Vanguard (2):
30 March 2018: With Fiona Mcvie at Author Interviews.
28 March 2018: My haiku "a caterpillar" was featured on haiku windows this week with a lovely commentary by Katherine Munro:
"Here we also have the idea of the changing seasons, winter to spring or spring to summer, most likely, emphasized by the entrance of a creature that will change itself. The setting of the window box also fits well – gardening and plants also follow a cycle, although humans often attempt to force their own ideas on these things..."
27 March 2018: The Bram Stoker Awards 2018!
5 March 2018: My haiku "monarch butterfly" earned 1st Place in the Caribbean Kigo Anniversary Kukai!
4 March 2018: A Collection of Nightmares has won the Bram Stoker Award® for Superior Achievement in a Poetry Collection!!!
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15 April 2018: In Chrysanthemum 23, my haiku:
4 April 2018: My haiku "all my dreams" appears in this week's Haiku Windows.
all my dreams
3 April 2018: My black and white ink illustration "First Time on a Swing" appears in Star*Line 41.2.
2 April 2018: Happy to see my poem "Sunshine" in the children's science fiction magazine Spaceports and Spidersilk.
1 April 2018: My poem "The Girl Made of Electricity" appears in the limited chapbook I Don't Want to Play This Game Anymore.
1 April 2018: My haiku "spring wind" appears in Sharpening the Green Pencil: The Book of the 2018 Contest:
1 April 2018: Happy to be a part of John Martone's splendid journal, otata:
by all accounts
30 March 2018: My tanka in tinywords 18.1:
with each deep breath
23 March 2018: Absolutely thrilled to receive my contributor's copy of Spectral Realms No. 8 with my poems "The Girl and Her Wolf Dog", "When We Fall", and "Memoirs in the Dark". Also, a gorgeous selection of weird poetry, an article on "Verse vs. Free Verse" by Frank Coffman, and in her exquisitely beautiful prose, Sunni Brock takes us on a breathtaking journey through the interweaving poems of A COLLECTION OF NIGHTMARES. Thank you so much, Sunni, for this incredibly wonderful review!
20 March 2018: "new stories"and "bone tired" appear in the Spring 2018 issue of Akitsu Quarterly.
15 March 2018: In this week's Haiku Windows and two from the last and previous weeks:
a rare glimpse
searching high and low
waving to my daughter
1 March 2018: "breakwater", "soaring eagle", and "crescent moon" appear in otata.
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RECENT SALES AND ACCEPTANCES
12 April 2018: Haiku "old song" was accepted for the upcoming issue of Frogpond.
5 April 2018: Scifaiku "in perfect health", "gentlest quiver", and "meteor shower" were sold to Scifaikuest for their August 2019 issue.
1 April 2018: Fairy tale poem "Grandmother Red" was sold to New Myths.
31 March 2018: Fantasy poem "The Warrior Mephala" was sold to Star*Line.
25 March 2018: Two ink illustrations "Dreams of Flight" and "Preparing to Fly" were sold to Star*Line.
23 March 2018: Sold flash fiction "The Many Lives of Swan Everly" to Outposts of Beyond.
20 March 2018: "another day" was accepted for Chrysanthemum 23, Spring 2018.
10 March 2018: "giving spring" was sold to The Cicada's Cry, Spring 2018.
3 March 2018: "The Girl Made of Electricity" was sold to Unnerving Magazine.
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