Angie Sijun Lou

​楼思隽

PhD student in Literature and Creative Writing

University of California, Santa Cruz

2017 — ongoing

Dissertation on contemporary Asian American experimental poetry, the counterfeit electronics

industry in China, and (in)authentic relationships between diaspora and homeland.

Dissertation advised by Ronaldo V. Wilson, Chris Chen, and Karen Tei Yamashita.

Teaching experience in ancient Chinese history, contemporary American poetry,

critical race and ethnic studies, and creative writing: fiction

Recipient of the Regents Fellowship.

Calculus Teacher at San Quentin State Prison

Prison University Project 

Spring 2020

USC / LARB Publishing Workshop Fellow

Los Angeles Review of Books

Summer 2019

Summer Fiction Mentor

The Adroit Journal

Summer 2019

Fiction Mentor 

Hyphen + Asian Prisoner Support Committee 

2019

Reader for the Louise Meriwether First Book Prize 

Feminist Press

2019

Fiction Fellow

Kundiman

Summer 2018

Poetry Reader

Winter Tangerine

2018

Editorial Intern

Asian American Writers Workshop

Summer 2016

Editorial Work Scholar

Aperture Foundation

Summer 2016

BS in Mathematics and Computer Science

Tufts University

2012 — 2016

Minor in English Literature and Creative Writing.

Editor-in-chief and Layout Editor of the Tufts Canon Literary Journal.

Section Editor and Design Editor of the Tufts Enigma Journal of Computer Science.