Nancy Lee (writer)
|Occupation||short story writer, novelist|
|Period||2003 - present|
|Notable work(s)||Dead Girls|
Nancy Lee is a British-born Canadian short story writer and novelist.
She published her first book of short stories, Dead Girls, in 2003. That book was named book of the year by NOW, and was a finalist for the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize and the Danuta Gleed Literary Award.
She holds an MFA in creative writing from the University of British Columbia, currently teaches in the writing and publishing program at Simon Fraser University and in the creative writing department at University of British Columbia, and has held a visiting professorship at the University of East Anglia. She was a panelist in the 2003 edition of Canada Reads, defending Yann Martel's novel Life of Pi. In the spring of 2010 she was writer-in-residence at Historic Joy Kogawa House, the writing program that takes place in the childhood home of the author Joy Kogawa (Obasan).
Her first novel, Born Slippy, is forthcoming from McClelland & Stewart.
- Dead Girls (2003)
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