Joyce Chng lives in Singapore. Their fiction has appeared in The Apex Book of World SF II, We See A Different Frontier, Cranky Ladies of History, and Accessing The Future. Joyce also co-edited THE SEA IS OURS: Tales of Steampunk Southeast Asia with Jaymee Goh. Their recent space opera novels deal with wolf clans (Starfang: Rise of the Clan) and vineyards (Water into Wine) respectively. They also write speculative poetry with recent ones in Rambutan Literary and Uncanny Magazine. Occasionally, they wrangle article editing at Strange Horizons and Umbel & Panicle, a poetry journal about and for plants and botany. Alter-ego J. Damask writes about werewolves in Singapore.
You can find them at http://awolfstale.wordpress.com and @jolantru on Twitter. (Pronouns: she/her, they/their)
Stories included in The Insignia Series anthologies:
‘Megumi’s Quest‘ (Insignia: Japanese Fantasy Stories).
‘The Bones Shine Through With Light’ and ‘Looking for Trouble’ (Insignia: Chinese Fantasy Stories).
‘Running from Shadows’ (Insignia: Southeast Asian Fantasy)
‘I Found Love in an Urn Full of Ashes’ (Insignia: Asian Fantasy Stories)
‘Stars, Bright as Light’ (Insignia: Asian Science Fiction)
‘Vermillion Nights’ (Insignia: Birds & Beasts)
Work included in the Insignia Drabbles anthologies:
Japanese Fantasy Drabbles (Insignia Drabbles Vol.1.)
Southeast Asian Fantasy Drabbles (Insignia Drabbles Vol.2.)
Mythical Creatures of Asia (Insignia Drabbles Vol.3.)
‘A Matter of Possession’, Insignia 2020: Best Asian Speculative Fiction
Horror Matsuri #10: ‘I should be Asleep’ by Joyce Chng (Oct 30, 2020)
Other posts on this blog:
Excerpt: ‘Megumi’s Quest’ (Insignia: Japanese Fantasy Stories).
BOTW: The Rider Trilogy by Joyce Chng
Excerpt: ‘Running from Shadows’ (Insignia: Southeast Asian Fantasy)
BOTW: ‘Wolf at the Door’ by J. Damask
Excerpt: ‘I Found Love in an Urn Full of Ashes’ (Insignia: Asian Fantasy Stories)
Excerpt: ‘Stars, Bright as Light’ (Insignia: Asian Science Fiction)
Mythical Drabbles: ‘Feng Huang’ by Joyce Chng (Mar 17th, 2021)