Corinne Lee's poetry, fiction, and nonfiction have been published in dozens of literary magazines. 

Ms. Lee was chosen by the Poetry Society of America as one of the top ten emerging poets in America. Six of her poems have been included in Best American Poetry.  She has been a multiple nominee for the Pushcart Prize in poetry and nonfiction.

Her debut collection, PYX, was selected by Pattiann Rogers as a winner of the National Poetry Series competition and was published by Penguin. 

Her eco-epic, Plenty (a combination of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction), was also published by Penguin and was a finalist for the Texas Book Award. Large sections of Plenty were selected to be a Bernadette Meyer Folio.

Ms. Lee is a certified Master Naturalist and an environmental activist, with a focus on water quality issues and the Sixth Extinction.

She was educated at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, Harvard University, Columbia University, and the University of Texas at Austin. She has two children in college and lives in Northeast Ohio.