Ann Ang is an educator and previously taught English Language and Literature in a secondary school.
Ann’s first book, Bang My Car, was published by Math Paper Press in 2012. Consisting of stories in Singlish and English, it is now in its second edition, and has sold almost 2000 copies. One of the stories, Scared for What was included in Epigram’s Best New Singaporean Stories Volume One (2017) while other excerpts have been featured in UNION : 15 Years of Drunken Boat, 50 Years of Writing From Singapore, Ku.Lit: Asian Literature for the Language Classroom, The Jakarta Post and Lost Guides: Singapore.
At the moment, Ann writes more poetry than prose, and is working towards her first full-length collection. In the meantime, her poetry has appeared in the California Quarterly, Softblow, QLRS, Unfree Verse and the Asia Literary Review. Ann is also one of the editors for Food Republic, an anthology of literary writing about Singapore food and is forthcoming from Landmark Books.
She is currently pursuing her PhD in Postcolonial and World Literature at the University of Oxford.
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