Kim Fu


Kim Fu is the au­thor of the nov­els The Lost Girls of Camp Forever­more (HarperCollins, 2018) and For To­day I Am a Boy (HarperCollins, 2014). Her de­but po­etry col­lec­tion, How Fes­tive the Am­bu­lance (Night­wood Edi­tions, 2016), in­cludes a poem that won a sil­ver medal at the 2017 Na­tional Mag­a­zine Awards and one that was se­lected for The Best Cana­dian Po­etry in English, 2016.

For To­day I Am a Boy won the Ed­mund White Award for De­but Fic­tion and was a fi­nal­ist for the PEN/Hem­ing­way Award. It was also cho­sen as a New York Times Book Re­view Ed­i­tors’ Choice and longlisted for CBC Canada Reads.

Fu’s writ­ing has also ap­peared in Granta, the At­lantic, the New York Times, Ha­zlitt, and the Times Lit­er­ary Sup­ple­ment. Orig­i­nally from Van­cou­ver, she cur­rently lives in Seat­tle, Wash­ing­ton.

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