Kristine Ong Muslim is the author of We Bury the Landscape (Queen's Ferry Press, 2012) and Grim Series (Popcorn Press, 2012). Grim Series was included in the preliminary ballot of the Horror Writers Association's 2012 Bram Stoker Award (Poetry) and was nominated for the Science Fiction Poetry Association's 2013 Elgin Award.
The storySouth Million Writers Award Notable Stories of 2011 and the Wigleaf Top 50 (Very) Short Fictions 2012 (selected by Dan Chaon) included her tiny tales. Her work also received Honorable Mentions in Year's Best Fantasy and Horror and The Best Horror of the Year. She garnered multiple nominations for the Pushcart Prize, Dzanc Books' Best of the Web 2011, and the Science Fiction Poetry Association's Dwarf Stars Award and Rhysling Award.
Kristine Ong Muslim's short stories and poems appeared in hundreds of anthologies and periodicals. Her work appeared in many fine places, the likes of Adbusters, Asia Literary Review, Bellevue Literary Review, Boston Review, Contrary Magazine, Ellipsis, Existere, Hobart, Gargoyle Magazine, Grasslimb, Mixer, Narrative Magazine, Painted Bride Quarterly, Potomac Review, Southword, Sou'wester, The Pedestal Magazine, The Puritan, The State, Third Wednesday, Verse Daily, and Weber—The Contemporary West, as well as in hundreds of genre publications such as Abyss & Apex, Dark Horizons, Expanded Horizons, Space & Time, and One Buck Horror.
She is the poetry editor of LONTAR: The Journal of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction, the quarterly literary journal published and distributed by Math Paper Press in Singapore. LONTAR is founded and edited by Jason Erik Lundberg. And along with Rosebud Ben-Oni, she guest-edited the Winter 2014 issue of the literary journal Amethyst Arsenic.