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Ellen Chang-Richardson

Ellen Chang-Richardson is a poet, writer and editor of Taiwanese and Cambodian-Chinese descent. Her poems and other writing have appeared in a variety of literary magazines and anthologies. She earned a BFA(h) in Art History & Visual Studies from the University of Toronto and now lives in Ottawa.

Poetry (Chapbook)

Assimilation Tactics

Ontario: Coven Editions, 2020.
Forthcoming Oct. 2020

Poetry (Chapbook)

Unlucky Fours

Toronto: Anstruther Press, 2020.

Anthology (Short story)

The Spirits Have Nothing to Do with Us

Chang-Richardson, Ellen. “Moonlight in the Palm of My Hand.” In The Spirits Have Nothing to Do with Us: New Chinese Canadian Fiction, edited by Dan K. Woo. Hamilton: Buckrider Books, 2023, 65-69.


Ellen Chang-Richardson personal website

Publisher Anstruther Press

Publisher Coven Editions