Bermuda native Mandy-Suzanne Wong is a freelance writer and independent scholar. She made her short-fiction debut in The Hypocrite Reader; her stories have since appeared in The Island Review, Conclave, Dark Matter, Five on the Fifth, the Aeon Award (UK) shortlist, and elsewhere. Her novel Drafts of a Suicide Note was shortlisted for the Santa Fe Writers’ Project Literary Award, named a semi-finalist for the Conium Review Book Prize, and awarded an honorable mention in the Leapfrog Press Fiction Contest. She has also published creative nonfiction and scholarship in Volume! (France), Hannibal Lecter and Philosophy (Open Court), The Routledge Companion to Sounding Art, Evental Aesthetics, and other collections. More info at www.mandysuzannewong.com.
Articles by Mandy-Suzanne Wong:
glaze of evidence - deadened stomachs - hens henning - where you would normally find - human sovereignty - unsettled gallery - kill counter - the very concept - musique concrète
you probably don’t get many applicants from Japan - proficient with the ambulatory limbs appropriate to theme parks - cunning protuberances with defensive capabilities - helplessness gets old - someone who’s never touched her sexual partners - I devoured it all - starfish eat starfish
the amphitheater around Old Faithful - the volcano at the Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas - a futile effort that just might end in madness - managed to survive the chemicals and thermophiles - every vehicle in the vicinity plunged into the ditch - surveillance at last became intolerable - we were motionless for so long that I found myself thinking of Los Angeles