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

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.

Metatron Prize for Rising Authors Shortlist, 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