Jing-Jing Lee New Publication

Jing-Jing Lee


Born and raised in Singapore, Jing-Jing graduated from Oxford’s Creative Writing Master’s in 2011 and has since seen her poetry and short stories published in various journals and anthologies. Jing-Jing’s novella, If I Could Tell You, was published by Marshall Cavendish in 2013 and her debut poetry collection, And Other Rivers, was published by Math Paper Press in 2015. She currently lives in Amsterdam her first full length novel How We Disappearedabout comfort women in Singapore will be published by Oneworld in the UK and Hanover Square in the US in 2019.

Jing @jingwrites

So pleased to be included on this list! @bookbub @Hanover_Square

Thrilled to be on this list! @bookriot @OneworldNews

This. Me this morning.


Look what I found in athenaeumboekhandel (and along with fellow Singaporean Sharlene Teo’s Ponti)! #sgwriters #translation #novel @ Atheneum Bookshop https://t.co/VEFXhxltqd

I'll be at Adelaide Writers' Week 2019 alongside authors such as @QZakarya @mohammedhanif @TereseMarieM @saadawi_a @PatrickNunn3 Can't wait! @adelwritersweek #adlWW

A bit of a strange morning - got woken up by our fire alarm at 4am, after which the baby started kicking like mad (probably in displeasure at having his sleep interrupted). Am still in a… https://t.co/MckOaJ7cR1

Well, this just made my week!

"No one should have to be super in order to be human." - This is What Inequality Looks Like

20 weeks along (okay, the photo’s from last week, when I got dressed up for our 11th anniversary dinner). But yes, 🤰🏻. https://t.co/Z07AMGfjPT


Excited to announce that How We Disappeared will be published by Hanover Square Press in 2019!

So here’s the story... ・・・
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🇸🇬 Singapore, 1942. As Japanese troops sweep down Malaysia and into Singapore, a village is ransacked, leaving only… https://t.co/X5BnWgjRdd

Please allow me to toot my horn for a sec! #novel #HowWeDisappeared @oneworld

Books reviewers, listen up!

Monsters hide among monsters.

BREAKING: Border Patrol releases video of the detention facility in McAllen, Texas.

This is US government video.