Poets & Writers honors HOW DARE WE! WRITE by Sherry Quan Lee

How Dare We! Write: A multicultural creative writing discourse edited by Sherry Quan Lee was named a “Best Books for Writers” entry by Poets & Writers online magazine! This collection of essays about writing and navigating the literary world by writers of color—including Sherrie Fernandez Williams, Marline Gonzalez, Ching-In Chen,…

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Qualitative Review of How Dare We! Write


This book is a collection of stories that writers of color and LGBTQAI+ writers have experienced and are still experiencing as writers in a literary world where their voices are silenced,and their experiences are not represented. The 24 stories written in the book are interconnected, and each story shows challenges…

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How Dare We! Write featured on Creative Writing Studies Organization

How Dare We! Write

We were very excited to discover How Dare We! Write featured on the Creative Writing Studies Organization reading list pages.  We encourage academic instructors and researchers to contact us for a complimentary exam copy.  You can reach editor Sherry Quan Lee on her blog pages. Diversity and Inclusion in Creative…

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MidWest Mixed Community Spotlight: Sherry Quan Lee

Sherry Quan Lee

The MidWest Mixed Community Spotlight Series features local artists, educators, and leaders reflecting on their Mixed or Transracial identities. Sherry Quan Lee Author of Chinese Black Bird, How to Write a Suicide Note: serial essays that saved a woman’s life, Love Imagined: a mixed raced memoir (Minnesota Book Award Finalist); and…

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