Shze-Hui is a writer from Singapore, who lives in London, UK. She writes about and beyond herself - creative nonfiction that spills across genres and challenges formal conventions. Her work has been published in Colorado Review, Southeast Review, So To Speak, and elsewhere.
Her work has received support from the Tin House Summer Workshop and Disquiet International. Two of her essays have been listed as notable in The Best American Essays series (2021 and 2022).
Shze-Hui reads for two literary journals that she loves - she is a nonfiction editor at Sundog Lit, and a fiction editor at Exposition Review. Her book-in-progress is The Story Game, a memoir about using storytelling to overcome the memory lapses of c-PTSD, and recover identity.
She is represented by Allison Malecha at Trellis Literary Management.