Wayne Lee was born in Abbotsford, B.C., and raised in Bellingham, Washington. He earned his B.A. in English and M.A. in Theatre/Dance from Western Washington University. He is married to poet/painter Alice Lee and lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he teaches and tutors at the Institute of American Indian Arts and runs a tutoring company. Wayne has one daughter (Molly), two stepdaughters (Mica and Annie), one granddaugher (Luisa), two dogs (Morgan and Austin), and two cats (Sophie and Willow).
Wayne’s poems have appeared in Tupelo Press, New Millennium, The Ledge, The California Quarterly, New Mexico Poetry Review, New England Anthology of Poets, Steam Ticket, Sliver of Stone, Lowestoft Chronicle, Poets Against the War, The Floating Bridge Anthology, Clapboard House and other journals and anthologies.
Words of Wisdom
"You are perfect as you are. And you could use a little improvement."