Ann a'misa Chiu
is an aspiring Librarian, writer and artist.
A'misa is the founder, co-editor and publisher of Eyeball Burp Press,
a small art press of zines and art booklets.
She teaches and lectures about zine publishing and D.I.Y. book-making.
A'misa writes speculative fiction about dreaming and soul- searching
in post-apocalyptic scenarios.
She holds a BA in Visual Arts/Art History & Criticism from UCSD,
studied with the California Rare Books School, and is a candidate for her
MS in Library & Information Sciences from University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign,
with a specialization in Special Collections.
Currently living in Portland, Oregon, A'misa, and husband Alex, are active
with their involvement and collaboration with the local zine and comix art community,
as well as the progressive Asian American community.
She love pickles, thrifting, spending time in her community garden plot,
biking around the city, and reading science fiction.
Pigeon Feeding Performance
LA Roadshow: Sunset Blvd. Edition, 2012