Franny Choi

FRANNY CHOI is a Korean-American writer, performer, and teaching artist.

She is a Pushcart Prize nominee and the author of Floating, Brilliant, Gone (Write Bloody Publishing, 2014). She has been a finalist at the three largest adult poetry slams in the nation, and her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Poetry, PANK, Radius, Fringe, Apogee, and others. Her play Mask Dances has been staged at Brown University’s Writing is Life Festival. As a Project VOICE teaching artist and Providence Poetry Slam coordinator, she is dedicated to supporting young writers, both in her local community and in classrooms across the country.  //  Read more.





"we have worn down our jaws chewing barley for centuries -- now let us eat cake."

Franny Choi is moving us forward with brilliant and innovative verse,

images worthy of galleries, and stunning voice.

Muzzle Magazine



There is an infectious light radiating from the work of Franny Choi–

her words are simply too big to contain.

- Jared Paul, poet/activist

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