Jennifer Lee Tsai: Poet and Writer In Residence at The Windows Project
JENNIFER LEE TSAI
Poet, Writer and Literary Critic
“Engaging sessions that inspired pupils to write.” Archbishop Blanch High School
Jennifer is a fellow of The Complete Works III, the nationally acclaimed poetry development programme funded by Arts Council England, to promote diversity, quality and innovation in British poetry. A portfolio of her poems are showcased in the Bloodaxe anthology, Ten: Poets of the New Generation (2017)
In 2017, Jennifer was selected as a Ledbury Emerging Poetry Critic, an innovative poetry reviewing scheme founded by Sandeep Parmar and Sarah Howe to increase diversity in poetry criticism.
To date, her poetry reviews are published by The Poetry School, the Poetry Book Society Bulletin, Modern Poetry In Translation and forthcoming in Ambit. She is a highly experienced and qualified teacher of English as a Foreign Language and has taught English extensively in universities and colleges in the UK and abroad.
She is available for bookings for poetry readings, commissions, poetry events and writing workshops through The Windows Project as well as for Chinese storytelling and Poetry workshops for Key Stages 1-4. To contact Jennifer through The Windows Project, please email: email@example.com