Wen-yi Lee is the author of The Dark We Know (Gillian Flynn Books, 2024), a YA horror inspired by Spring Awakening. A Clarion West Workshop alum, her short fiction has appeared in Lightspeed, Uncanny, Strange Horizons, and Nightmare, among others, as well as anthologies including Amplitudes: Stories of Queer and Trans Futurity and Southeast Asian speculative collection Fish Eats Lion Redux. She has written, edited and mentored speculative work in venues including Tor.com, Apparition Lit, Author Mentor Match, National Gallery Singapore, and a national future thinking project.
She is a graduate of University College London, where she spent too much time in the theatre, and is now based back home in Singapore, where she likes writing about girls with bite, feral nature, and ghosts. Find her on socials @wenyilee_ and otherwise at wenyileewrites.com.
SHORT BIO: Wen-yi Lee is a Clarion West Workshop alum from Singapore whose short fiction has appeared in venues like Lightspeed, Uncanny, and Strange Horizons, as well as in various anthologies. She likes writing about girls with bite, feral nature, and ghosts. The Dark We Know is her debut novel. Find her on socials @wenyilee_ and otherwise at wenyileewrites.com.
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