When I realized I couldn’t keep up with football practice and essays, I decided to hire someone to complete the homework for me.
I did feel a certain discomfort reading and learning about the fields of England when none of that was part of the landscape I’d grown up in, which featured majestic mountains and seasonal typhoons.
In the words of Kamau Braithwaite, “the hurricane does not roar in pentameter”: a line which sums up the problematics inherent in the imposition of a colonial literature onto Hong Kong, to the extent that many students were (implicitly) taught that Chinese literature was of less importance than its English counterpart.
At the moment, I’m focusing my energies on teaching at Oxford Brookes, and on finishing my debut collection, which is due from Faber in July 2019.
I never needed anyone to do my homework for me until I got a part-time job in college.
She is an editor of , a member of the international research group RAPAPUK and an advisory board member at the Poetry Translation Centre.
Born and raised in Hong Kong, Mary Jean lives in London and works as a Lecturer in Creative Writing (Poetry) at Oxford Brookes University.
She won the 2017 Anne Born Prize, the 2017 Psychoanalysis and Poetry Competition, the 2016 Oxford Brookes International Poetry Competition (ESL), and came Second in the 2017 National Poetry Competition.
In 2017, Mary Jean was shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best Single Poem.
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