This is a list of most of my publications. It includes:

Full-length fiction

  • Cho, T. (2009). Look Who’s Morphing. Sydney: Giramondo [also published as Cho, T. (2014). Look Who’s Morphing. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press]

Selected individual fiction pieces

  • ______. (2016). Are you there, God? It is I, Robot. In J. Koh (Ed.), BooksActually’s Gold Standard 2016 (pp. 285-316). Singapore: Math Paper Press (reprinted)
  • ______. (2016). Are you there, God? It is I, Robot. Review of Australian Fiction, 19 (5), http://reviewofaustralianfiction.com/product/volume-19-issue-5/ (reprinted)
  • ______. (2016). Look Who’s Morphing. Foreign Literature and Art, 3, pp. 67-73 (original story translated into Chinese)
  • ______. (2016). Are you there, God? It is I, Robot. PRISM International, 54 (3), Spring, pp. 45-62
  • ______. (2015). The bodyguard. Electric Literature, Recommended Reading, http://electricliterature.com/the-bodyguard-by-tom-cho-recommended-by-the-asian-american-writers-workshop/ (reprinted)
  • ______. (2014). Learning English. Ricepaper, 18 (4), Spring, p. 16 (reprinted)
  • ______. (2014). Dinner with my brother. Ricepaper, 18 (4), Spring, p. 17 (reprinted)
  • ______. (2013). What are the attributes of God? In R. Scott (Ed.), The Best of The Lifted Brow: Volume One (pp. 221-234). Melbourne: Hunter Publishers
  • ______. (2012). How can we reconcile the existence of suffering with the premise of a good and almighty God? Meanjin, 71 (1), pp. 1-16 (published in Meanjin Papers, a project that highlights one longer work each edition)
  • ______. (2012). Suitmation. Malicuvata, http://malicuvata.it/-modi-verbosi-/-del-2012-/418-senti-chi-cambia.html (original story translated into Italian)
  • ______. (2012). Dinner with my brother. Malicuvatahttp://malicuvata.it/-modi-verbosi-/-del-2012-/418-senti-chi-cambia.html (original story translated into Italian)
  • ______. (2012). Dinnner with my grandmother. Malicuvatahttp://malicuvata.it/-modi-verbosi-/-del-2012-/418-senti-chi-cambia.html (original story translated into Italian)
  • ______. (2012). Dinner with Auntie Ling and Uncle Wang. Malicuvatahttp://malicuvata.it/-modi-verbosi-/-del-2012-/418-senti-chi-cambia.html (original story translated into Italian)
  • ______. (2011). What are the attributes of God? (An excerpt). Insight5, pp. 36-38 (reprinted)
  • ______. (2011). Dirty dancing. Storie, 66, pp. 56-63 (original story translated into Italian)
  • ______. (2011). What are the attributes of God? The Lifted Brow, 11, pp. 17-21
  • ______. (2011). Today on Dr Phil. The Best Australian Stories: A Ten-Year Collection (pp. 199-202). Melbourne: Black Inc (reprinted)
  • ______. (2010). L’esorcista [The Exorcist]. Il Paradiso Degli Orchi, http://www.paradisodegliorchi.com/L-esorcista.27+M51ef326c27b.0.html (original story translated into Italian)
  • ______. (2010). Three dinner pieces. In H. McPhee (Ed.), Wordlines: Contemporary Australian Writing (pp. 51-59). Melbourne: The Five Mile Press (reprinted)
  • ______. (2009). Idag hos Dr Phil [Today on Dr Phil]. Australien Berättar: Drömtidens Framtid (pp. 151-156). Stockholm: Bokförlaget Tranan (original story translated into Swedish)
  • ______. (2009). Look who’s morphing. Asia Literary Review, 11, Spring, pp. 27-35
  • ______. (2008). Learning English. In A. Pung (Ed.), Growing Up Asian in Australia (pp. 15-16). Melbourne: Black Inc (reprinted)
  • ______. (2007). The bodyguard. In R. Drewe (Ed.), Best Australian Stories 2007 (pp. 103-108). Melbourne: Black Inc
  • ______. (2007). Pinocchio. HEAT, 14 (New series), pp. 77-83
  • ______. (2007). AIYO!!! An evil group of ninjas is entering and destroying a call centre!!! Verandah, 22, p. 23
  • ______. (2007). Why my family is the way it is. In Z. Dattner and L. Swinn (Eds.), The Sleepers Almanac 2007: The Family Affair (p. 251). Melbourne: Sleepers Publishing
  • ______. (2007). Why my family is the way it is. In Z. Dattner and L. Swinn (Eds.), The Sleepers Almanac 2007: The Family Affair (pp. 249-250). Melbourne: Sleepers Publishing
  • ______. (2007). Today on Dr Phil. The Age, Summer Age, 5 January, pp. 4-5 (reprinted) (Note: Also available here on The Age website)
  • ______. (2006). Today on Dr Phil. In R. Drewe (Ed.), Best Australian Stories 2006 (pp. 232-235). Melbourne: Black Inc (reprinted)
  • ______. (2006). Today on Dr Phil. Off The Edge, 23 (November), pp. 62-63 (reprinted)
  • ______. (2006). The sound of music. Off The Edge, 23 (November), pp. 60-61 (reprinted)
  • ______. (2006). Dinner with my grandmother. The New Quarterly, 99, pp. 35-36
  • ______. (2006). Today on Dr Phil. HEAT, 11 (New series), pp. 11-14
  • ______. (2006). The sound of music. HEAT, 11 (New series), pp. 8-10
  • ______. (2004). AIYO!!! An evil group of ninjas is entering and destroying a call centre!!! Going Down Swinging, 22 (on spoken word CD – performed by J. Hoe)
  • ______. (2004). Dinner with my brother. Griffith Review, 6, p. 194
  • ______. (2004). The exorcist. Meanjin, 63 (2), pp. 85-87
  • ______. (2004). Dirty dancing. HEAT, 7 (New series), pp. 163-165
  • ______. (2004). Morphing. Antipodes, 18 (2), pp. 16-17
  • ______. (2004). The meat men. Asian Pacific American Journal, 11 (2), pp. 14-17 (reprinted)
  • ______. (2003). Godzilla vs. Alice Cooper. Gargoyle, 47, pp. 126-127
  • ______. (2003). Dinner with my auntie and uncle. Going Down Swinging, 21, pp. 73-75
  • ______. (2003). Learning English. Yen, June/July, 5, p. 40 (reprinted)
  • ______. (2003). Circus tale. Verse, 19 (1 & 2), pp. 76-79
  • ______. (2003). Unsolved mysteries. Going Down Swinging, 20, p. 83
  • ______. (2002). Chinese whispers. HEAT, 4 (New series), pp. 81-84
  • ______. (2002). A counting rhyme. HEAT, 4 (New series), p. 85
  • ______. (2002). My grandmother’s life in China. HEAT, 4 (New series), pp. 87-88
  • ______. (2002). Two new Godzilla stories. In A. Carey, S. Howell and S. Shelley (Eds.) Adventures in Pop Culture (pp. 33-37). Melbourne: Vandal Press
  • ______. (2002). Suitmation. Verandah, 17, pp. 53-54
  • ______. (2001). Television and the circus. Going Down Swinging, 19, pp. 90-92
  • ______. (2001). Dog-eaters. Meanjin, 60 (2) (on spoken word CD)
  • ______. (2001). Life Enhancer (621). Meanjin,60 (2) (on spoken word CD)
  • ______. (2001). The meat men. Amida, 7 (1), pp. 6-7 (reprinted)
  • ______. (2000). The circus crime. Other Voices, 13, Special Millenium Issue, pp. 99-103
  • ______. (2000). Ladies, make your muscles grow. Other Voices, 13, Special Millenium Issue, pp. 104-105
  • ______. (2000). A plan for the armless. Other Voices, 13, Special Millenium Issue, p. 106
  • ______. (2000). In Memory of The Living Skeleton. Pleiades, 21 (1), pp. 26-28
  • ______. (2000). Space travel and the circus seal. Cimarron Review, 131-132, pp. 46-49
  • ______. (2000). The meat men. Kyoto Journal, 45, pp. 92-94 (reprinted)
  • ______. (2000). Secrets of a Fat Lady. Hecate, 26 (1), pp. 94-96
  • ______. (2000). The Tallest Man In The World. Purple, Summer, 5, pp. 420-421
  • ______. (1999). Three ways to leave a circus. The New Quarterly, XIX (2), pp. 197-200
  • ______. (1999). BANG BANG BANG. In T. Wolverton and R. Drake (Eds.), Hers3: Brilliant New Fiction By Lesbian Writers (pp. 88-91). New York: Faber and Faber
  • ______. (1999). The sad donkey. Australian Short Stories, 63, pp. 94-95
  • ______. (1998). Happy tale. Voiceworks, 35, p. 17
  • ______. (1998). My green ticket. Meanjin, 57 (4), pp. 658-661
  • ______. (1998). The meat men. Meanjin, 57 (3), pp. 463-467
  • ______. (1998). A row of 3 circus posters. Verandah, 13, pp. 22-24
  • ______. (1998). A row of 6 circus posters. New England Review, Winter (8), p. 7
  • ______. (1997). Handsome, with pretty lips. Sojourner, November, 23 (3), p. 16

Another one of my favourite books

Selected non-fiction pieces and interviews

Selected edited publications

  • Guest consulting editor (with C. Raja) (2004). Meanjin, 63 (2) (Australasia issue)
  • Co-editor (with S. Brook and b.m. janssen) (2003). West of the West. Melbourne: Common Ground
  • Co-editor (with M. Abel, C. Adams, J. Roberts and K. Ryall) (1994). Verandah, 9

Selected poetry

  • ______. (2000). Two madam mechanics. Verandah, 15, p. 69
  • ______. (1998). Heart rejection letter. Poetrix, 11, p. 23
  • ______. (1998). Zap. Verandah, 13, p. 41
  • ______. (1998). Salt. Tirra Lirra, Summer/Autumn, 8 (2 & 3), p. 9
  • ______. (1998). Nonsense come-on (for girls). Tirra Lirra, Summer/Autumn, 8 (2 & 3), p. 27
  • ______. (1997). Siamese twins. Voiceworks, 31, p. 71
  • ______. (1993). The removalists try the piano. Verandah, 8, pp. 62-64