Kim Fu is a Canadian-born writer living in Seattle, WA. She is the Associate Editor of Maisonneuve magazine.
Her debut novel FOR TODAY I AM A BOY (2014) was the winner of the Edmund White Award, finalist for the PEN/Hemingway Award, a New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice, and long-listed for Canada Reads, among other honors. Her second novel THE LOST GIRLS OF CAMP FOREVERMORE is slated for early 2018.
Her first poetry collection HOW FESTIVE THE AMBULANCE (2016) includes a Best Canadian Poetry selection and poems originally published in Grain, Room, PRISM International, Carousel, Ricepaper, Numero Cinq, Poetry is Dead, and The Rusty Toque.
Fu’s nonfiction credits include The Atlantic, NPR Books, Hazlitt, and republication in Best Canadian Essays. She has received residency fellowships from the Ucross Foundation, Berton House, Wildacres, and the Wallace Stegner Grant for the Arts.
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