Essays in Print

Blended: Writers on the Stepfamily Experience launches this May. Read more about Emma's writing here.

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Emma Kate Tsai's Ruminations

Emma Kate Tsai shares her thoughts here.

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UHWriting Camp: Wonder Words

I start teaching a new camp for UH Downtown called Wonder Words to rising fourth…

Creative Writing Camp

Creative Writing Camp is always a delight. Coming up with writing prompts for young children…

A blues poem.

And so I stand here waiting Waiting for the right choice to appear Wondering hoping…


About the Author

Emma Kate Tsai is the author of "An Edible Religion," published in Connotation Press, "Twins," an excerpt of Say My Name: A Memoir of Lost Identity, published in the Rice University School of Continuing Study Writers' Gallery, "How I Reconnected to My Father Through Food" and "Hands of Love--My Father's," published in Elephant Journal, "A Chinese-American Girl: Drinking from East to West," published in Drinking Diaries: Women Serve Their Stories Straight Up, "Spell of Starvation," published in Loving for Crumbs, "Colorblind," published in Brain Child Magazine, and "Half-American to Half-Chinese," published in the upcoming Blended: Writers on the Stepfamily Experience.

Emma is a writer and editor in Houston, Texas. More about her editing can be found at emmaedits.com. She has a bachelor's degree in marketing from the University of Houston and a master's degree in liberal studies from Rice University. Emma's current book project is a memoir on identity in identical twins and is in progress.