[Recent non-performed writing. Bilingual, Okka has been writing poetry, nonfiction and fiction in English since early childhood, and dabbles in Indonesian.]
Indigenous Species, a Braille and text poetry-art book (will also be available in non-Braille text and e-book formats), Tilted Axis Press. The sighted version is out now, published 1 December 2016; buy here.
Forthcoming: Writing and mixed media projects, including her PhD project at Goldsmiths. She also continues to work on essays and poetry.
Forthcoming: Fiction in Economic Science Fictions anthology, Goldsmiths Press.
Forthcoming: Poetry in Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction Special Issue, Uncanny Magazine.
Forthcoming: Pages from Indigenous Species and an essay in the Routledge Handbook of Disability Activism.
Forthcoming: Pages from Indigenous Species in Asian American Literary Workshop's Transpacific Literary Project.
Forthcoming: Two poems in Tears in the Fence.
"body enters a show" (essay) for The Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow, "This Exhibition Has Been Cancelled" zine, Fall 2017.
"Praying in slacks on a detour to a masjid" and "The Future of the Book" (poems) in Paris Lit Up, June 2017.
Co-Editor, with Ng Yi-Sheng, of HEAT: An Anthology of Southeast Asian Urban Writing, Fixi Novo, Buku Fixi Publishing, April 2016. Part of the Heat-Flesh-Trash trilogy.
"Rules of Engagement" (poem) in 20th annual issue of the journal Sin Fronteras/Writers Without Borders, March 2016.
“Tsunami Pilgrims” (poem) in photography/poetry book Surabaya Beat, Afterhours Publishing, June 2015.
“Triptych” and “Swimming” (poems) in “The Murmur House Volume I: Welcome to Warmth”, 2014.
“Mani Hawa”, “Lima Puisi Dalam Bahasa Indonesia”, “Anti-Sensor Diri” [three poems], in “Antologi Puisi 100 Penyair Perempuan” [“Anthology of 100 Women Poets”], Komunitas Penulis Perempuan Indonesia [KPPI] Publishing, 2014.
Experimental fiction series, in 6 parts, for Whiteboard Journal (Feb-July 2013):
“The Olfactory ‘Other’”, The State Vol. III, Fall 2012. Visual and written piece on social perceptions of smells in one’s own and other countries.
“Indonesia’s Double Mountain”, The State Vol. II, Summer 2012. On Indonesian arts education and the role of creative work in development discourse.