A first-generation Chinese Canadian with a lifelong passion for the environment, Isaac Yuen pens short stories and personal essays exploring forms and themes around nature, culture, and identity. He holds a Bachelor’s in Environmental Science and a Master’s in Environmental Education and Communication.
Isaac’s writing can be found Entropy, Flyway, Gulf Coast, Newfound, Orion, Shenandoah, The Willowherb Review, Tin House online, and elsewhere. His work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize, a Best of the Net selection, and deemed “Notable” in Best American Science and Nature Writing. He was a 2019 Jan Michalski Foundation writer-in-residence and currently serves as associate fiction editor at Tahoma Literary Review.
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