Rachel Heng (c) Juliana Tan
Rachel Heng, photo (c) Juliana Tan

Rachel
Heng

Born and raised in Singapore, Rachel Heng is the author of the novel SUICIDE CLUB, which was translated into ten languages worldwide and won the Gladstone Library Writer-In-Residence Award 2020 and is being developed for TV by Hulu, eOne and Annapurna. She has appeared in The New Yorker, Glimmer Train, McSweeney’s and elsewhere. Her non-fiction has been listed among Best American Essays’ Notable Essays and has been published in The Rumpus and The Telegraph. She is currently an assistant professor of English at Wesleyan University. Photo Credit: Juliana Tan

Born and raised in Singapore, Rachel Heng is the author of the novel SUICIDE CLUB, which was translated into ten languages worldwide and won the Gladstone Library Writer-In-Residence Award 2020 and is being developed for TV by Hulu, eOne and Annapurna. She has appeared in The New Yorker, Glimmer Train, McSweeney’s and elsewhere. Her non-fiction has been listed among Best American Essays’ Notable Essays and has been published in The Rumpus and The Telegraph. She is currently an assistant professor of English at Wesleyan University. Photo Credit: Juliana Tan

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