Margaret Rhee is the author of Yellow (Tinfish Press, 2011), School of Dreams (Forthcoming, 2012), and co-editor of Here is A Pen: An Anthology of West Coast Kundiman Poets (Achiote Press, 2010). She is managing editor of Mixed Blood, a literary journal of innovative poetics and race edited by C.S. Giscombe and Glitter Tongue: Queer and Trans Love Poems (2012). Upon invitation from the Asian American Women Artists Association, she curated Body Maps: An Asian American (Digital/Real) Feminist Poetics in the Spring of 2012. She is a Kundiman Fellow.
Her poetry has been published in literary journals, anthologies, and textbooks such as the Berkeley Poetry Review, Lantern Review: A Journal of Asian American Poetry, Altered Barbie, Conversations at a Wartime Cafe: A Decade of War 2001 – 2011, Kartika Review, La Bolga, Glitter Tongue and the textbook Koreans in America: History, Identity, and Community among other publications.
She has been invited to read her poetry at the San Francisco Public Library, East Wind Books of Berkeley, California College of the Arts, Revolution Books in Honolulu, Poetic Labor Project, UC Berkeley’s Holloway Series in Poetry and numerous other venues. In 2012, she was selected to be in Hyphen Magazine’s The Descendants a profile of the next generation of Asian American poets and writers.
“Materials” in Lantern Review: A Journal of Asian American Poetry
“A Dream from A – Z” on AngryAsianMan
“A Poem About Work” in Poetic Labor Project