Gregory Kan is a writer living in Auckland. He was co-editor of the literary journal  Turbine in 2012 (Victoria University of Wellington). His work has featured in literary journals such as brief, Hue & Cry, Minarets, Otoliths and SPORT. Most recently, his work featured in the exhibition, The day is a fume, at The Physics Room, Christchurch, 2014. His commissioned essay, ‘A holding-apart of air’ will shortly be published in the catalogue documenting Kim Pieters’ exhibition, what is a life? (Adam Art Gallery, Victoria University of Wellington, 2014). He presented a paper at the Adam Art Gallery’s ‘Working the Gap’ Symposium in August 2014. His Pantograph Punch article, ‘Borrowed Lungs,’ has been re-published in the anthology, Tell You What: Great NZ Nonfiction 2015, by Auckland University Press. His first manuscript, a series of poems, was shortlisted for the Kathleen Grattan Poetry Prize (Otago University) in 2013. The manuscript is forthcoming with Auckland University Press.