Victoria Chang’s website lists her as “poet, writer and editor”—but just three words can’t contain all that she does or who she is. She is also a teacher at Antioch University, MBA graduate, editor of the New York Times Magazine’s poetry column, Guggenheim fellow, YA novelist and children’s picture book author, as well as other hybrid work. She’s also a mother, friend and tireless advocate for more representation within the literary world.
In this interview, we discuss her influences, past and present projects, and how claiming ambition is still contested for a woman in the literary world.
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