Farewell Jennifer Huang, Co-Assistant Poetry Editor!

While we are indeed sad to say goodbye to Jennifer Huang, our beloved Co-Assistant Poetry Editor, as a part of our team, we are extremely happy to know that her future projects will know her courage, intellect, thoughtfulness, and wit. During her two years of editorial work at Sundog, Jennifer inspired her fellow staff and Sundog contributors and readers to engage in loving and ethical dialogue around art-making and social justice. We consider ourselves forever fortunate to have worked alongside her and will continue to cherish her wisdom and kindness, a friendliness so real “that you can feel it electronically,” as Assistant Nonfiction Editor Amber D. Dodd put it.

We hope you, too, will go on to support Jennifer in all her endeavors. Please keep an eye out for her forthcoming poetry and prose, but you can find some of her most recent work in Narrative Magazine, wildness, The Journal, and underblong. Currently, she lives in Ypsilanti, MI, where she is a Zell Postgraduate Fellow. We hope you’ll join us in bidding Jennifer a warm farewell and a beautiful continued path in writing and in life!