Review on Shirley Geok-lin Lim’s Do You Live In? 8 November 2015.

Review on The Lost Novel by James Shea on Asian Review of Books

Review on Kalidasa for the 21st Century Reader: Selected Poetry and Drama translated by Mani Rao, on Asian Review of Books.

Review on Rivers Wanted by Rachel Piercey, The Emma Press, on Sabotage Reviews. 29 November 2014

Review on Sakutaro Hagiwara’s Cat Town translated by Hiroaki Sato, New York Review of Books. 30 November 2014.

Review on Bare Fiction Issue 3 edited by Robert Harper, on Sabotage Reviews. 20 October 2014

Review on Wang Xiaoni’s poetry collection Something Crosses My Mind trans. Eleanor Goodman, published by Zephyr Press. 16 August 2014

Review on Tiffany Atkinson, Sally Goldsmith and W N Herbert for Magma issue 59, edited by Roberta James and Alex Pryce, July 2014

Book review on Rob MacKenzie’s The Good News (Salt Publishing 2013) on Eyewear – click here (25 May 2014)

A Review on The North End of the Possible by Andrew Philip, 2 February 2014

A review on The Valley of Amazement by Amy Tan. January 2014.

A review on New Cathay: contemporary Chinese poetry anthology edited by Ming Di, November 2013.

A review on Phaidon Chinese Art Book, 18 October 2013.

‘Poems that come free with a tube ticket’ on Magma Poetry, 4 September 2013.

A review on A Pond in the Sky by Agnes Lam, published by Association of Stories in Macao, May 2013.

A review on New Penguin Parallel Text Short Stories in Chinese, translated by John Balcom, published by Asian Review of Books July 2013.

A review on the poetry pamphlets by Martin Figura and Ben Parker, on Sphinx Reviews edited by Helena Nelson, 2013.

A review on Day Hospital by Sally Read, published in the blog of Magma Poetry, 2013.

A review on Kim Moore’s poetry pamphlet, If We Can Speak Like Wolves,
published by Poetry Business, 2012


Guest review on Eyewear, on Horovitz.

A review on The Surreal, edited by Jane Alison, published by Barbican Art Gallery, 2010

A review on three Macau, Chinese & Hong Kong poetry collections by Leung Ping-kwan, Kit Kelen and Song Zhijiang, published on Asian Cha Literary Journal

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