wen-juenn lee

poet on Wurundjeri land. email me what you’re reading.


  1. sometimes holiness is a room; sometimes, a door’, un Projects
  2. let it be known’, Cordite Poetry Review
  3. a soft, unarmoured thing’, Going Down Swinging
  4. 'irritated at: the couple, a closed door’, The Wheeler Centre
  5. I hear the same things when you speak’, Meanjin
  6. ‘chinese class’, New Zealand Poetry 2022
  7. for sylvie & the moonee ponds creek’, Cordite Poetry Review
  8. ‘Lunar New Year in the Grampians’, The Big Issue: Fiction Edition
  9. on debt & horse-riding camp’, Going Down Swinging
  10. ‘my workmate feeds gulls on break today’, Antithesis
  11. on breaking & being broken’, Meanjin
  12. modes of cleaning: acts I–III’, Meanjin
  13. ‘returning home again’, Landfall
  14. waiting for you’, Emerging Writers Festival
  15. Edcommitorial: ‘like wool catching on bark’, Voiceworks
  16. ‘Last July’, ‘A love letter to my mother: a work in progress’, A Clear Dawn: New Asian Voices
  17. sounds in a strange land’, Going Down Swinging
  18. tigerbalm’, Scum Mag
  19. my father calls, but’, Love in a Time of Covid
  20. Review: ‘Husband and Wife Talk Without Talking At A Difficult Dinner Party’, Poetry Shelf
  21. Last July’, Southerly
  22. ‘A love letter to my mother: a work in progress’, Landfall