Cover of the book My Day With Gong Gong. A grandpa and a little girl eat baos in front of a park fountain. Text: Words by Sennah Yee, pictures by Elaine Chen.

My Day With Gong Gong
Annick Press, 2020 | Children’s Book
Art by Elaine Chen

In Sennah Yee’s debut children’s book My Day With Gong Gonga day in Chinatown takes an unexpected turn when a bored little girl makes a connection with her grandpa.

Joint Winner, Kirkus Best Picture Books of 2020 That Celebrate Family
Blue Spruce Award Nominee, Ontario Library Association, 2020
Joint Winner, CBC Best Canadian Picture Books of 2020
Junior Library Guild Gold Standard Selection, 2020
Canadian Children's Book Centre Best Books for Kids & Teens, 2021 Spring List

Book cover for How Do I Look? by Sennah Yee. A collage of a woman with her eyes cut out. She's wearing a floral shirt with a high collar and is holding a paintbrush and palette.
“It is beautiful because it has nothing to do with you.”

How Do I Look?
Metatron Press, 2017 | Poetry/Prose
Cover by Christine Shan Shan Hou

Through a series of short vignettes, 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.

Shortlisted for Metatron Prize for Rising Authors, 2016


Bond “Girls,” Montreal Review of Books, 2018

3 poems: The Fast and The Furious, Rear Window, Flower Crown Snapchat Filter, Peach Mag, 2017

4 poems: The Beach, The Desert, The Top of the Mountain, Dial-Up Internet Sounds, The Puritan, 2017

3 poems: Mulan, Intimates, Motherlode, Cosmonauts Avenue, 2016

10 poems, Poor Claudia, 2016 – featured in Wigleaf Top 50 of 2016

book trailer by Victoria Long

Syllabus - ENG287 The Digital Text
Prof. Adam Hammond, University of Toronto, 2019

Syllabus - WGS396F Writing the Body
Dr. Sheila Stewart, University of Toronto, 2017, 2018