Wen-yi Lee is a Singaporean alum of the Clarion West Writers’ Workshop and the 2022 Octavia E Butler memorial scholar. Her speculative writing has appeared in Strange Horizons, Uncanny Magazine, Anathema Magazine, and Pseudopod, among others, and is forthcoming in the anthologies Fish Eats Lion Redux (Epigram Books), Fright (Epigram Books) and Reclamation: An Anthology of Climate Horror (Outland Entertainment). Her non-fiction essay about Lady Macbeth, pontianaks and monstrous femininity appeared on Tor.com. She likes writing about girls with bite, feral nature and ghosts, is the editor-in-chief of Southeast Asian youth litmag Amber and was 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. An alum of the Clarion West Writers Workshop, her work has appeared in Uncanny, Strange Horizons, Augur and Anathema, among others. She can be found on Twitter at @wenyilee_, and otherwise at wenyileewrites.com.
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