THE PANTOGRAPH PUNCH

Jessica Lim

Kaituhi Tūtahi | Contributing Writer

Jessica Lim (b.1993) is a pākehā, chinese-indonesian poet, scholar, clothing archivist and prison abolitionist. She holds a Master’s in Sociology from the University of Auckland, and has published her poetry in Starling, Sweet Mammalian, Mimicry, and Minarets. She currently lives in London.

Everything By: Jessica Lim

Literature13.11.23

(Almost) Every Poet I Have Ever Loved II

In Part I, Jessica Lim discusses the work of five poets who have served as her personal roadmap to poetry. Part II completes her ode to the archive considering the work of four more poets she loves, and one dead guy.

Literature25.08.23

(Almost) Every Poet I Have Ever Loved I

To celebrate National Poetry Day, Jessica Lim revists the Pantograph Punch archive. Here she shares five poets who’ve served as her personal roadmap in understanding the art.

Art21.04.23

Seeing for the First Time

Jessica Lim responds to artworks in the Redbase Gallery booth at Aotearoa Art Fair, an exploration of formless forms, water, art, violence, and capturing the uncapturable.

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