Vivian Lee is an editor at Little A, Amazon Publishing's literary fiction and narrative nonfiction imprint. Her list includes Matthew Salesses' The Hundred-Year Flood (A Millions Most Anticipated Book of 2015), Viet Dinh's After Disasters (PEN/Faulkner Finalist), and Harold Schechter's Hell's Princess (A Washington Post Bestseller). For Little A, she is interested in language and character-driven literary fiction dealing with relationships and identity. For nonfiction, she is looking for personal memoirs, investigative journalism, and anything in popular science. In both genres, she is interested in the intersection of race/class/gender/ethnicity /etc.
She graduated from the University of California, Irvine with a BA in Literary Journalism and from the New School University in New York with a MFA in Creative Writing (Non-Fiction). Her writing can be found (or is forthcoming) at The Los Angeles Times, Eater, espnW, The Rumpus, World Policy Journal, Epicurious, Entropy, TASTE, New South Journal, and more.