Sharon Zhang is an Asian-Australian, Melbourne-based poet and author. Her work has been recognised by HAD, Anti-Heroin Chic, Antithesis Magazine, and elsewhere. Outside of writing, she enjoys collecting CDs, scrolling endlessly on her phone, and thinking about Hegel a touch more than that which is necessary. She is the poet laureate of pretentiousness and using the word “body” when any other noun would work instead. Skin. Limbs. Humanness. Tablecloth.