Lynn Q. Yu is a culture writer based out of Los Angeles. She writes about food, cities, and diaspora.
Her debut book, Humans of Orange County, is a satirical take on Humans of New York and lampoons the absurdity of American Millennial self-absorption.
Lynn was previously a comedy writer on the 2016 CBS Diversity Showcase. Her work has appeared in major publications, including Slate, The Los Angeles Times, LA Magazine, LA Weekly, The San Francisco Chronicle and XO Jane.
She lives with three succulents.
Film Agent: Brian Siberell, CAA
Literary Agent: Mollie Glick, CAA
At Animo in Mexico City, one chef is merging birria de res and ramen - Los Angeles Times
Here’s why China’s Chongqing is the best food city you don’t know about - Los Angeles Times
Culture pieces for LA Weekly - LA Weekly