Doretta Lau

Adjunct Professor

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Doretta Lau is the author of the short story collection How Does a Single Blade of Grass Thank the Sun? (Nightwood Editions, 2014). The book was shortlisted for the City of Vancouver Book Award, longlisted for the Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award, and was named by The Atlantic as one of the best books of 2014.

In 2013, she was a finalist for the Writers’ Trust of Canada / McClelland & Stewart Journey Prize. She has written on arts and culture for Artforum InternationalSouth China Morning PostThe Wall Street Journal Asia, ArtReview, The Walrus and LEAP.  Her fiction and poetry have appeared in Day One, EventGrain MagazinePrairie FirePRISM InternationalRicepaperRoom Magazine, sub-TERRAIN, and Zen Monster. She is the co-founder of the humour and culture website The Unpublishables.

Lau completed an MFA in Writing at Columbia University.


Doretta Lau

Adjunct Professor
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Doretta Lau is the author of the short story collection How Does a Single Blade of Grass Thank the Sun? (Nightwood Editions, 2014). The book was shortlisted for the City of Vancouver Book Award, longlisted for the Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award, and was named by The Atlantic as one of the best books of 2014.

In 2013, she was a finalist for the Writers’ Trust of Canada / McClelland & Stewart Journey Prize. She has written on arts and culture for Artforum InternationalSouth China Morning PostThe Wall Street Journal Asia, ArtReview, The Walrus and LEAP.  Her fiction and poetry have appeared in Day One, EventGrain MagazinePrairie FirePRISM InternationalRicepaperRoom Magazine, sub-TERRAIN, and Zen Monster. She is the co-founder of the humour and culture website The Unpublishables.

Lau completed an MFA in Writing at Columbia University.

Doretta Lau

Adjunct Professor
email

Doretta Lau is the author of the short story collection How Does a Single Blade of Grass Thank the Sun? (Nightwood Editions, 2014). The book was shortlisted for the City of Vancouver Book Award, longlisted for the Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award, and was named by The Atlantic as one of the best books of 2014.

In 2013, she was a finalist for the Writers’ Trust of Canada / McClelland & Stewart Journey Prize. She has written on arts and culture for Artforum InternationalSouth China Morning PostThe Wall Street Journal Asia, ArtReview, The Walrus and LEAP.  Her fiction and poetry have appeared in Day One, EventGrain MagazinePrairie FirePRISM InternationalRicepaperRoom Magazine, sub-TERRAIN, and Zen Monster. She is the co-founder of the humour and culture website The Unpublishables.

Lau completed an MFA in Writing at Columbia University.