Christina Sng

Three-time Bram Stoker Award-winning poet, Stoker nominated essayist, writer, editor, educator, and artist.


Christina Sng is the three-time Bram Stoker Award®-winning author of A Collection of Nightmares (2017), A Collection of Dreamscapes (2020), Tortured Willows (2021), Elgin Award runner-up Astropoetry (2017), Stoker finalist The Gravity of Existence (2022), Elgin nominee An Assortment of Sky Things (2016), and haiku chapbooks A Constellation of Songs (2016) and Catku (2016).

Her poetry, fiction, essays, and art appear in such venues as Fantastic Stories of the Imagination, Interstellar Flight Magazine, Penumbric, Southwest Review, and The Washington Post, and received many accolades, including the Jane Reichhold International Prize, The Pula Film Festival International Haiku Award, multiple nominations for the Rhysling Awards, the Dwarf Stars, the Pushcart Prize, and the Ladies of Horror Fiction Award, as well as honorable mentions in the Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, and the Best Horror of the Year.

Christina was a recipient of the 2021 Ladies of Horror Fiction Writers Grant. Her essay Final Girl: A Life in Horror received a 2020 Bram Stoker nomination for Superior Achievement in Short Non-fiction and her first novelette Fury made its debut in the award-winning anthology Black Cranes: Tales of Unquiet Women (2020). As a Poynter ACES certified editor, Christina has worked with authors in non-fiction, memoir, poetry, and fiction. She is an ardent proponent of the Oxford comma.

Interstellar Flight Magazine
Final Girl: A Life in Horror

2020 Bram Stoker Award Finalist for Superior Achievement in Short Non-fiction

Interstellar Flight Magazine
How to Read a Speculative Haiku

Haiku is not meant to be read literally. It is meant to be sipped like a steaming cup of sakura tea, letting all its flavor slowly permeate your tastebuds.

The Joys of Living with a Cat

Cats have always been an unwavering source of comfort and love, especially during these tumultuous times.

Interstellar Flight Magazine
Cat Horror

Even in horror movies, cats behave as cats do. It is time we make them the heroes.