Rahnee Patrick

Rahnee Patrick writes fictional and non-fiction essays to explore the lives of marginal folks, particularly lives of women, Asian Americans, and people with disabilities. In 1996, Rahnee won the Women’s Studies Essay Contest, Creative Category for her fictional essay The Living. In that same year, her short story Virtual Reality was awarded First Place in the short story competition of the Lester M. Wolfson Award writing contest. In 2000, Am I Who?, a non-fiction essay was first published Face2Face Press, a Web forum that discussed interracial concerns. Instructors frequently use Am I Who? as one of many representations of the Asian American experience.

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