Sennah Yee

Sennah Yee is a native of Toronto. She is a Ph.D. candidate in Cinema & Media Studies at York University. Her research is focused upon gender dynamics in female robots in Japan and the United States. Yee also obtained a BFA, Specialized Honours degree from York University in Film (Screenwriting).

Poetry (Chapbook)

The Aquarium

Photography by Victoria Long.
[Chicago]: Dancing Girl Press & Studio, 2014.

Poetry (Chapbook)

The G.L.A.D.E.

Photography by Victoria Long.
[Chicago]: Dancing Girl Press & Studio, 2016.

Poetry

How Do I Look?

Montreal: Metatron Press, 2017.
PS8647 .E47 H69 2017

Publisher’s Synopsis (from its website)

Through a series of flash poetry/non-fiction pieces, Sennah Yee’s debut full-length book How Do I Look? paints a colourful portrait of a woman both raised and repelled by the media. With pithy, razor-sharp prose, Sennah dissects and reassembles pop culture through personal anecdotes, crafting a love-hate letter to the media and the microaggressions that have shaped how she sees herself and the world. How Do I Look? is a raw and vulnerable reflection on identities real and imagined.

 

 

Links

Sennah Yee personal website

Publisher Metatron Press

Publisher Dancing Girl Press & Studio