Lilian Caylee Wang won a writing contest as a five-year-old in Tennessee. Since then, she's eaten countless PB&J sandwiches, created an anthology of the lives of San Francisco's homeless, fallen in love with people and places, written essays about culture and food, and become a poet. Her work has been published in the Huffington Post, Whetstone Magazine, The Racket, sPARKLE & bLINK, and more. Currently, she works as a product designer and lives on the road with her partner and her puppy.
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