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Marie Myung-Ok Lee (Hibbing, Minnesota) is an American author and essayist. Her stories and essays have been published in Witness, The Kenyon Review, TriQuarterly, Newsweek, Slate and the New York Times. She has received many honors for her work, including an O. Henry honorable mention for an adaptation of a chapter from Somebody's Daughter and she is the recipient of the prestigious MacColl Johnson literature fellowship as well as the 2010 Fiction Fellowship from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts. Lee has been a Yaddo and MacDowell Colony fellow, has served as a National Book Award judge, and has taught fiction writing at Yale University. She is a founder and former Board President of the Asian American Writers' Workshop. She currently teaches at Brown University.
Total Books: 10
Lee's most recent novel, Somebody's Daughter, is based on her year as a Fulbright Scholar to Korea, taking oral histories of Korean birth mothers. She has been involved in the adoptee community for many years, but Lee herself is not adopted. One of her family members is adopted from Korea.