Jen Sookfong Lee

Jen Sookfong Lee is a Chinese Canadian broadcaster and novelist. A radio personality for CBC Radio One in Vancouver, British Columbia, she contributes a regular literary segment called "Westcoast Words" to ''On the Coast'' and ''All Points West'', the network's local programs in Vancouver and Victoria, and is also a regular contributor to the national network program ''The Next Chapter''. In the CBC's national ''Canada Reads'' competition in 2009, she defended Brian Francis's novel ''Fruit''.

Her published works include the novels ''The End of East'' (2007) and ''The Better Mother'' (2011), the young adult novel ''Shelter'' (2011), the non-fiction book ''Gentlemen of the Shade'' (2017), and the short story "Chill, Hush" in the anthology ''TOK: Writing the New City'' (2009). She has also co-edited the anthology ''Whatever Gets You Through: Twelve Women on Life After Sexual Assault''. In 2016, the novel "The Conjoined" was published, which was nominated for the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize.

Born and raised in East Vancouver, she and her son now live in North Burnaby.

She served on the jury for the 2011 Dayne Ogilvie Prize, a literary award for emerging LGBT writers in Canada, selecting Farzana Doctor as that year's winner. Provided by Wikipedia
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