About the Author:
Marie G. Lee
Marie G. Lee is a second-generation Korean American who
was born and raised in Minnesota.
Marie G. Lee was born on April 25, 1964 in Hibbing, Minnesota. She is the daughter of William and Grace Lee, who immigrated to the United States in 1953. As a Founder of the Asian American Writers Workshop, her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Kenyon Review, and several anthologies.
Her books include Finding My Voice, the story of Ellen Sung's senior year as the only Asian in a small Minnesota high school, Saying Goodbye, a sequel to Finding My Voice is the story of Ellen Sung's continued search for her Korean American identity at Harvard,
Marie draws on her experiences growing up as a Korean
American. She is a graduate of Brown University, and a lecturer at Yale.
She enjoys children and is a great role model for all kids. Her books are
particularly relevant for Asian American children growing up in America
But why not let the author tell you something about herself?
You might even want to have a look at her official homepage!
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