Robin Tung received her MFA from Johns Hopkins University where she taught creative writing and served as the first female editorial assistant for The Hopkins Review. Her fiction, poetry and art writing have been featured in Black Warrior Review, DailyServing, Sugar House Review, Surface Magazine, The Montreal Review, NANO Fiction, This Recording and Valparaiso Poetry Review among others.
She has taught writing at Johns Hopkins University, Humboldt State University, and Southwestern College. She has also taught writing workshops for San Diego Writers, Ink. Her honors include the 2006 Milton A. Saier Award in Fiction from the University of California San Diego and two Pushcart Prize nominations*. She has had the great pleasure of working with MFA applicants and writers since 2010. She and her daughter live in Los Angeles.
Nano Fiction, “In Transit” 2017
*Black Warrior Review, “Our Other Lives” 2014 (accompanying interview here)
Per Contra, “The Kid” 2014
*NANO Fiction, “Pasadena Afternoons” and “Calliope and Zeus” 2012
The Montreal Review, “The Couple” 2012
The Labletter, “Thank you, Mrs. —” 2010
Essays, Interviews and Art Writing
DailyServing, contributor 2012-2015
The Rumpus, “Why MFA?” 2014
Art Practical, “Rabbit” 2013
Surface Magazine, “Yasuaki Onishi: Reverse of Volume” 2012
This Recording, “In Which We Are Very Easily Swayed” 2012
INK Magazine, “Pollen” 2012
The San Diego Reader, 2010-2013