Kristine Ong Muslim is the author of several books and chapbooks, most recently Grim Series (Popcorn Press, 2012), We Bury the Landscape (Queen’s Ferry Press, 2012), and Insomnia (Medulla Publishing, 2012).
Hundreds of her short stories and poems have been published and anthologized in the likes of Bellevue Literary Review, Boston Review, Contrary Magazine, Existere, Hobart, Narrative Magazine, Painted Bride Quarterly, Sou’wester, Southword, The Pedestal Magazine, and The State, as well as several volumes of the annual Rhysling Award anthologies, Dadaoism (An Anthology) (Chômu Press, 2012), Lauriat: A Filipino-Chinese Speculative Fiction Anthology (Lethe Press, 2012), The Moment of Change: An Anthology of Feminist Speculative Poetry (Aqueduct Press, 2012), Bigger Than They Appear: Anthology of Very Short Poems (Accents Publishing, 2011), and The Best of Abyss & Apex Volume One (Hadley Rille Books, 2008). The Wigleaf Top 50 (Very) Short Fictions 2012 (selected by Dan Chaon) and the storySouth Million Writers Award Notable Stories of 2011 included her tiny tales.
Kristine Ong Muslim is the poetry editor of LONTAR: The Journal of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction, the quarterly literary journal founded and edited by Jason Erik Lundberg and published by Math Paper Press in Singapore. She also guest-edited along with Rosebud Ben-Oni the Winter 2014 issue of the literary journal Amethyst Arsenic.
Kristine Ong Muslim was born in 1980 in the Philippines. She lives in a small farming town south of the country, where she remains at the beck and call of several dogs. She can be found online here.
Kristine’s work is available online in the following journals:
“Levitation” in Kitaab.
“Hunger Strike” in Potomac Review, reprinted by Verse Daily.
“Endurance Test” in Hobart.
“The Happiness Bottle” in Arsenic Lobster Poetry Journal.
“Boy with a Propeller Head” in Birkensnake.
“The Dogs” in Charlotte Viewpoint.
For more information about A Roomful of Machines, please visit here.