Contributors / February 2009 (Issue 6)

Yew Leong Lee
ImageYew Leong Lee (b. 1977) is a Singaporean writer and video artist who has lived in the United States, France and China. He is the author of three hypertexts. The print version of one of them, Gross Domestic Happiness, won the 2003 James Assatly Memorial Prize for Fiction at Brown University, where he graduated with Honors in Art-Semiotics. Yew Leong also holds an MFA in Creative Writing (fiction) from The New School, and has studied with Robert Coover, Mary Gaitskill, Michael Hofmann, Dale Peck and David Leavitt.  His nonfiction has appeared in the Lives Column of The New York Times Magazine, his fiction in H.O.W. Journal, Quarterly Literary Review Singapore (QLRS) and Chaise Magazine, and his poetry in Lianhe Zaobao, QLRS, and Journeys: Words, Home, and Nation: An anthology of Singapore Poetry. Visit his blog for more details. [Read]

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