Amber Wong is an environmental engineer and writer from Seattle who writes about culture, identity, and her intimate knowledge of wastewater treatment (although usually not all in the same essay). She received her MFA in Creative Writing from Lesley University. Recent essays have been published in CRAFT (2022 Creative Nonfiction Award winner), Fourteen Hills, Under the Gum Tree, Pangyrus, Creative Nonfiction, and other literary journals and anthologies. Short form works appeared in The Sun (Readers Write) and River Teeth “Beautiful Things.” Some essays have been adapted for use in her memoir, for which she is currently seeking representation. amberwong.com/.