Don Lee has received an American Book Award, the Sue Kaufman Prize for First Fiction, the Edgar Award for Best First Novel, an O. Henry Award, a Pushcart Prize, and the Fred R. Brown Literary Award. His stories have appeared in The Kenyon Review, GQ, The Southern Review, American Short Fiction, The Gettysburg Review, and elsewhere. For nineteen years, he was the principal editor of the literary journal Ploughshares. He is currently the director of the MFA program in creative writing at Temple University.
Books by Don Lee
A sparkling bildungsroman about friendship and betrayal, art and race.More
A dazzling debut novel by the prize-winning author of Yellow, set in the unique and exotic nightworld of Tokyo.More
“Lee has outdone himself here. His prose moves and sparkles.” —Washington PostMore
"Elegant and engrossing...[an] unusually complete portrait of contemporary Asian America."—Los Angeles Times..."A gem....Lee has captured this truth beautifully, wisely, and with winning economy."—Cleveland Plain DealerMore