Ms. Collier Nogues

Hong Kong

Member Since: 11/13/2012

Collier Nogues is Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She writes at the intersection of digital and documentary poetics, with an emphasis on making connections across decolonization and demilitarization movements in the U.S. and in the Pacific. Her poetry collections include the hybrid print/interactive volume The Ground I Stand On Is Not My Ground (2015) and On the Other Side, Blue (2011). Her creative and scholarly work has been supported by fellowships from the MacDowell Colony, the Ucross Foundation, Vermont Studio Center, and the Hong Kong Research Grants Council, and her writing has appeared in Jacket2, ASAP/J, The Volta, At Length, the Academy of American Poets’ Poem-A-Day Project, and elsewhere. She is a core collaborator in the Yale-NUS project DOKYU, which gathers artists, writers, and historians to explore transdisciplinary approaches to archives. She also edits poetry for Juked.


Twitter Username: @colliernogues


  • Writer-in-Residence at Lingnan University (Hong Kong)
  • Lecturer, MA Programme in English (Literary Studies)ent of English at The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Lecturer, Department of English at University of California, Irvine
  • Lecturer, Liberal Arts at Laguna College of Art and Design
  • Assistant Professor at Chinese University of Hong Kong (August 2022 - )


  • Master of Fine Arts in Poetry from University of California, Irvine
  • Bachelor of Arts in Women's Studies from Barnard College of Columbia University
  • Doctoral Degree in English from University of Hong Kong (August 2021)

Genres of Interest

Creative nonfiction, Poetry