Betty Yee wrote her first short story at the age of seven. Although “The Man Can Ran” was well received by a small fan base, it was not an immediate success among the wider reading public. Since that fateful first attempt, she persevered in honing her craft, and her stories can now be found in The Drum Literary Magazine, Hunger Mountain, Frost Fire Worlds, and RAZ Kids. She is the recipient of SCBWI’s 2010 Multi-Cultural Works-In-Progress Grant.
When she’s not writing, she enjoys traveling, bike riding, and immersing herself in the words and worlds of other writers. She lives in Medford, Massachusetts with two furry muses.