Yoko Morgenstern’s short stories and essays have appeared in The Montreal Review, The Great Lakes Review, Salon .II., Untethered, Flash Fiction Online, and The Globe and Mail, among others. She is also a regular contributor to Newsweek Japan.
She is the author of Double Exile (Red Giant Books, Cleveland) and Eigo no Zatsudanryoku (Gento Sha, Tokyo). Her Japanese translation of the Canadian novelist Katherine Govier’s The Ghost Brush was long-listed for the Japan Translation Award in 2015. She is an official member of the Japan P.E.N. Club and Die Kogge (European Authors Association).
Currently she lives in Nuremberg, Germany, and is putting together a short fiction collection.