Jo Wu


Jo Wu was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she studied Biology and Creative Writing at UC Berkeley. When writing, she can be found typing away in her Google Docs, accompanied by a Poisoned Apple mug that is constantly refilled with green tea, while blasting a mix of metal and orchestral scores. When she is not writing, she will be sewing her next costume or deadlifting her next powerlifting goal.


Work published with INSIGNIA STORIES:

Southeast Asian Fantasy Drabbles (Insignia Drabbles Vol.2.)

Mythical Creatures of Asia (Insignia Drabbles Vol.3.)

Mythical Beings of Asia (Insignia Drabbles Vol.4.)

‘Moon Rabbit’, Insignia 2020: Best Asian Speculative Fiction

‘Cthulhu Tentacles are Delicious’, Insignia 2021: Best Asian Speculative Fiction

‘The Amaterasu Kimono’, Castles & Kimono (Insignia Series Vol.8.)


Other posts on this site:

Excerpt #1: ‘Moon Rabbit’ by Jo Wu, July 31st 2020

Author Spotlight: Jo Wu, November 5th, 2020

Mythical Drabbles: ‘Kitsune, Hulijing and Kumiho’ by Jo Wu (July 28th, 2021)


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