Wen-yi Lee likes writing about girls with bite, feral nature and ghosts, and her debut novel The Dark We Know (Gillian Flynn Books/Zando Young Readers, 2024) has a bit of all three. A Clarion West Writers’ Workshop and the 2022 Octavia E Butler memorial scholar, her speculative writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Strange Horizons, Nightmare, Uncanny, Lightspeed, Anathema and Augur among others. She has also appeared in various anthologies including Fish Eats Lion Redux, the Storytel-Epigram Horror Prize collection and Year’s Best Fantasy 2. She can be found in Singapore, on social media at @wenyilee_, and otherwise at wenyileewrites.com. 

She is represented by Isabel Kaufman at Fox Literary.

SHORT BIO: Wen-yi Lee likes writing about girls with bite, feral nature, and ghosts and her forthcoming debut novel THE DARK WE KNOW (Zando, 2024) has a bit of all three. A Clarion West alum from Singapore, her work has appeared in Nightmare, Strange Horizons and Uncanny, among others, and has been anthologised several times. She can be found on social media at @wenyilee_ and otherwise at wenyileewrites.com. 


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