Events

Thursday, February 11, 2016 7:30pm
Visiting Authors Series
Warren County Community College
Washington, NJ
with Michael Broek


Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Wells College Visiting Writers Series
Wells College
Aurora, NY


Sunday, April 17, 2016

Writing Workshop (1-3:30pm) [registration]
Reading and Q&A (4-4:45pm)
West Windsor Arts Center
West Windsor, NJ


Past Events

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 Love Love Book Tour, September 2015

(see the itinerary in Google Maps)

Tuesday, September 15 6pm
Book Passage (with Bucky Sinister)
1 Sausalito, San Francisco ferry Bldg #42
San Francisco, CA 94111

Wednesday, September 16 5pm
The Hills Swim & Tennis Club
2400 Manzanita Drive
Oakland, California 94611
private event

Thursday, September 17 7pm
Book Soup
8818 Sunset Blvd
W. Hollywood, CA 90069

Saturday, September 19
Cornell Club of Los Angeles
private event

Monday, September 21 7pm
Magers & Quinn
3038 Hennepin Ave South
Minneapolis, MN 55408

Thursday, September 24 7pm
The Book Cellar
4736 N. Lincoln Ave
Chicago, IL 60625

Sunday, September 27 7pm
BookCourt
The Eagle and the Wren Reading Series
163 Court St
Brooklyn, NY 11201

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Love Love Book Tour, October 2015

(see the itinerary in Google Maps)

Thursday, October 8 5pm
Buffalo Street Books
The Dewitt Mall
215 N Cayuga Street
Ithaca, NY 14850

Saturday, October 17
Texas Book Festival
Austin, TX
12:45-1:30pm – On Motivation with Jami Attenberg and Sloane Crosley
9:30-10:15pm – Exquisite Corpse presented by Slice Literary & PEN America

Thursday, October 22 7pm
ADOPTING AN IDENTITY
with Lee Herrick, Tracy O’Neill, and Matthew Salesses
Asian American Writers’ Workshop
110-112 West 27 Street, Ste. 600,
New York, NY 10001

Saturday, October 24
Princeton Public Library
10:45am – Finishing Your Novel: A Four-Pronged Attack
1pm – Local Author Day


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  1. The illustration in the Times caught my eye, and I intend to buy your book. The people that bought the house next door to me in Paramus, NJ are Korean-Americnas. They have moved to a larger house, and rent their house to newer Korean immigrants. If I am correct, their daughter is in Columbia U. I really think that is a great thing.Did you also write a piece in the Times a few months ago about accompanying your mother to the supermarket, that was also nicely illustrated.? I am going to try and attend one of your signings. I see that you are having a signing at Johns Hopkins. That is where my daughters will be come late August. Much success!

    • Hi Jeffrey — you got a sharp eye. Both of those pieces were mine, and they were both illustrated by the incredibly talented Jason Schneider (http://www.jasonschneider.com/). I have a print of the grocery-shopping illustration hanging in my office.

      I do have a number of readings, and if you are in the Baltimore/DC area, September is when I’ll be making my visit. It’d be great to see you!

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