Yeji Y. Ham is a Korean Canadian writer. She received her B.A. in Creative Writing from University of British Columbia (2014) and M.F.A. in Literary Arts from Brown University (2016). At Brown, she taught fiction workshops and completed a short story collection titled Doraesol. A part of the collection was awarded the Frances Mason Harris’ 26 Prizes in Fiction. Currently, she is polishing her first novel about the space of Korea–containing a bathtub of bones, an ownerless hotel, and a woman hanging windows on a clothesline. She hopes that through writing, the stories of the voiceless and the forgotten would be brought out into the world.
She is represented by Danya Kukafka at Trellis Literary Management.