Priscilla Lee

Lee Quan Yi

born San Francisco 1966

grew up in Chinatown and the Sunset District

received encouragement from her English teachers at Lowell High School

University of California B.A., English

Emily Chamberlain Cook Poetry Prize and the James D. Phelan Literary Award

appeared in Ploughshares, The Kenyon Review, ZYZZYVA, Storming Heaven's Gate: An Anthology of Women's Spiritual Writing (Plume), Making More Waves: New Writing by Asian American Women (Beacon Press), and other journals and anthologies

technical writer

a Buddhist witch-in-training

works at an Asian-American senior activities center in San Francisco

Wishbone was published in 2000 by the Roundhouse Press as part of the California Poetry Series

currently working on her second book of poetry, Chu's House of Lovely Animals

bought a house with her husband George Ripley, former guitarist for The Stains, now chef for the Salvation Army's Senior Meals Program, and their cats, Zoe and Little Guy in the Outer Mission, San Francisco

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Priscilla Lee at Poetry Magazine September 2000

Priscilla Lee at Poetry Magazine November 2002

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