New on PaperTigers: Interview with award-winning author Paul Yee

Just published on the PaperTigers website is our new interview with Paul Yee.  Paul is one of Canada’s leading writers for young people and has won awards for both his stories for younger readers and his YA fiction.  He writes mostly about the Chinese Canadian experience in both historical and contemporary settings.

Corinne and I had the great pleasure not only of hearing Paul speak at Serendipity in Vancouver earlier this year, but also chatting over dinner on the final evening – and then attending his book launch for The Secret Keepers (Tradewind Books, 2011), where he mesmerised us all with his recitation, not reading, of the book’s opening.  (Take a look at some photos here.)

PaperTigers first interviewed Paul in 2003 so it is great to have caught up with all he’s been doing since then – and there was certainly much to talk about… Head on over to read the interview now.


2 Responses to “New on PaperTigers: Interview with award-winning author Paul Yee”

  1. PragmaticMom Says:

    Money Boy is a great YA book even though it’s brutally realistic and sad. He’s a very talented writer. Thanks for the great post.

  2. Marjorie Says:

    You are so right, Pragmatic Mom. I wish you could have heard him speak at Serendipity.