Jill J. Tan is a Singaporean writer, artist, and researcher. Her work has appeared in Guernica; Mynah Magazine; Vulture Magazine; Palimpsest: Yale Graduate Literary and Arts Magazine; the anthology Film Criticism Collective 2017 (ed. Chris Fujiwara); and is forthcoming in Resistant Hybridities: New Narratives of Exiled Tibet (Lexington Books). She received a B.A. with High Honors in Religion from Wesleyan University and an M.A. from the University of Chicago, where she first began her ongoing research in the anthropology of death. Her current ethnographic project as an incoming PhD student in anthropology at Yale University explores the public consciousness of death in Singapore. She presently works at a Singaporean funeral company running its death literacy foundation. Jill is committed to collaborative practice, co-theorization, and multimodal exploration, and works alongside artists to produce text on their practice and individual works as an embedded critic and researcher.