Tania De Rozario is a writer and visual artist. She is the author of And The Walls Come Crumbling Down (Math Paper Press, 2016 / Gaudy Boy, 2020), Somewhere Else, Another You (Math Paper Press, 2018) and Tender Delirium (Math Paper Press, 2013). She was the 2021 winner of The Comstock Review’s Muriel Bailey Craft Poetry Contest, the 2020 winner of the New Ohio Review Nonfiction Contest, and the 2011 winner of Singapore’s Golden Point Award for English Poetry. In addition, And The Walls Come Crumbling Down was a 2021 Lambda Literary Award finalist, Tender Delirium was on the shortlist for the 2014 Singapore Literature Prize, and her story, There Will Be Salvation Yet, was listed as a notable essay in the 2021 edition of The Best American Essays. Tania’s poetry, prose and comics have been published in journals including Carte Blanche, the Malahat ReviewsubTerrain, Evergreen ReviewLaurel ReviewSow’s Ear Poetry ReviewPrairie SchoonerBlue Lyra Review and Margin – The Asian American Writers Workshop Journal, among others. Her visual art has been showcased in galleries and art spaces in Singapore, San Francisco, Amsterdam, London and Spain, and she has written extensively about art for both institutions and commercial publications, with a focus on art from Singapore and Southeast Asia. She currently teaches as an adjunct at the University of British Columbia’s School of Creative Writing.

Tania is represented by Amanda Orozco.