Phoebe Wang is a writer and educator based in Toronto, Canada and a first-generation Chinese-Canadian.
Phoebe graduated with a B.A. in Honours English at York University and an M.A. in English and Creative Writing at the University of Toronto. Her work has recently appeared in BRICK Magazine, the Copenhagen-based Sindroms Magazine and in the REFUSE: Canlit in Ruins anthology.
Phoebe is the author of two chapbooks and her debut collection of poetry, Admission Requirements (McClelland and Stewart, 2017) was shortlisted for the Gerald Lambert Memorial Award, the Pat Lowther Memorial Award, and nominated for the Trillium Book Award.
In 2017 she co-hosted and organized Fuel for Fire: Professional Development for Writers of Colour in partnership with the OAC. Her work has been included in The Unpublished City, shortlisted for a Toronto Book Award, and she co-edited The Unpublished City: Volume II, The Lived City. Currently, she works with the organization Poetry In Voice and as a Writing and Learning Consultant for ELL students at OCADU.