Wen-yi Lee’s short fiction—and occasional poetry—has been published by or is forthcoming with Strange Horizons, Uncanny Magazine, Anathema Magazine, and Pseudopod, among others. She has been a journalist, a bookseller and a publishing intern, and is a recent liberal arts graduate of University College London, where she mostly indulged her theatre kid heart for a few years before returning to the tropics of Singapore to attempt to be an adult. Meanwhile, she spends her time writing about girls with bite, feral nature, ghosts, and food she can’t eat (she’s vegetarian). She is also the editor-in-chief of Southeast Asian youth litmag Amber, and has held guest or mastheard positions with Koening Magazine, Corvid Queen, and Apparition Lit. She is a YA mentor for Round 9 of Author Mentor Match. She really, really wants a cat.

Wen-yi is represented by Isabel Kaufman at Fox Literary.

(Photo: Yap Tze Tong)

SHORT BIO: Wen-yi Lee is from Singapore and likes writing about girls with bite, feral nature, and ghosts. Her work has been published by or is forthcoming with Strange Horizons, Uncanny Magazine, Pseudopod, and Anathema Magazine, among others. She can be found on Twitter at @wenyilee_, and otherwise at wenyileewrites.com.


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Editor-in-Chief, Amber: The Teenage Chapbook

Designer, Koening Zine

Guest Reader, Corvid Queen (Fall 2021)

Guest Editor, Apparition Lit (Issue 13/Summer 2022)