Grace Jahng Lee

Born stateless in Seoul and raised on four continents, Grace Jahng Lee is working on a novel and an essay collection. Fragmented identities, memory, intergenerational trauma, and home are central themes in her writing. Her writing has been supported by VONA, Kundiman, Yaddo, Bread Loaf, Jentel, Hedgebrook, Caldera, AIR Budapest, Hambidge, the Paden Institute, the Jerome Foundation, the Brooklyn Arts Council, NYFA, Women Who Submit, and others. She is the managing editor at Guernica and the creative nonfiction and health editor at Hyphen.

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The 2021 Jack Straw May Reading Series

April 13, 2021

Join us for three readings featuring the 2021 Jack Straw Writing Fellows, hosted by 2021 Writers Program Curator E. J. Koh. Friday, May 7, 7pm: Abi Pollokoff, C. R. Glasgow, Paulette Perhach, Patrycja Humienik Friday, May 14, 7pm: Kristie Song, S. Erin Batiste, José Luis Montero, Greg November Friday, May 21, 7pm: Tochukwu Okafor, Grace […]

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2021 Jack Straw Writers S. Erin Batiste, C.R. Glasgow, Patrycja Humienik, Grace Jahng Lee, José Luis Montero, Greg November, Tochukwu Okafor, Michael Overa, Paulette Perhach, Abi Pollokoff, Kristie Song, and Daniel Tam-Claiborne.

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