Allen Qing Yuan

Vancouver,
Phone: 
778/371-0952
Website: 
yuanspoetry.blogspot.ca

Author's Bio

Allen Qing Yuan, born in 1995, was raised in Vancouver, Canada, where he currently attends high school. Mentored by his poet father Changming Yuan, Allen has since grade 10 had poems appear in more than 50 literary publications across 13 countries, which include Blue Fifth Review, Cirque, Contemporary American Voices, Cordite Poetry Review, Istanbul Literary Review, Literary Review of Canada, MOBIUS, Ottawa Arts Review, Paris/Atlantic, Poetry Scotland, PoetsWest, Spillway, Taj Mahal Review, Toronto Quarterly and Two Thirds North. Together with Changming, Allen co-founded Poetry Pacific at poetrypacific.blogspot.ca in November 2012, and has ever since been functioning as its co-publisher/editor.

Publications and Prizes

Journal

Literary Review of Canada
Ottawa Arts Review
The Toronto Quarterly
Blue Fifth Review
Contemporary American Voices
Cordite Poetry Review
Spillway
Mobius The Poetry Magazine
Taj Mahal Review
Istanbul Literary Review
Paris/Atlantic
Two Thirds North
Prizes: 
- Won a Passport to Education, a scholarship award from British Columbia's Ministry of Education for grade 11 (2011/12)

More Information

Listed as:
Poet
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Identifies as: 
Chinese American
Prefers to work with: 
Teenagers
Fluent in: 
English
Born in: 
vancouver, BC
Raised in: 
vancouver, BC

Personal Favorites

Favorite Books:
The Alchemist, Perks of Being a Wallflower, Hamlet, The Mysterious Stranger

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Listing last updated: January 30, 2013.

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