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Jung Young Moon w/ Sara Baume, Amara Lakhous, & Johanna Sinisalo @ Bay Area Book Festival (Berkeley, CA)

Outsiders and Misfits, Unite (and Write)
w/ Sara Baume, Amara Lakhous, Jung Young-Moon, and Johanna Sinisalo

Journeys Stage at the Osher Studio, 3:15 PM – 4:30 PM

Sessions fill up fast! Reserve a ticket for $5 or free admission via the standby line:

Eventbrite - Bay Area Book Festival | June 4 & 5, 2016

What is the germ that starts a story? Often, it is the lived experience of alienation. In this panel of stellar literary voices, all from abroad, you’ll get to explore that theme through diverse frames: Baume’s lyrical tale of a man and his dog in the Irish countryside, Lakhous’ farcical polyglot Italy, Young-Moon’s surreal San Francisco capers, and Sinisalo’s dystopian Finland, where the state is phasing out real women and our protagonist must hid her intellect…

Sponsored by Culture Ireland, the Italian Cultural Institute of San Francisco, LTI Korea, and Finlandia Foundation National


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Korea Recap: Seoul Man & K-Lit

Back in early December I was fortunate enough to participate in my third editors’ trip of 2014 (the other two were Germany & the Netherlands over the summer), this time to SOUTH KOREA! I started writing this blog post BEFORE CHRISTMAS and got sidetracked by the holidays, and then spent nearly all of January prepping The Art […]

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