I was recently interviewed for a travel Q&A by Tribune Media Services. The piece should be making its rounds this Sunday in various newspapers, including the Chicago Tribune, though the Hartford Courant gets a gold star for having it up faster than anyone:
With his critically acclaimed debut novel, “Everything Asian,” Sung J. Woo succinctly and poignantly captures a year in the life of a 12-year-old immigrant who tries to navigate life in the United States while trying to understand his estranged father. A resident of Washington, N.J., the 38-year-old author chats about his recent trip to Alaska and how he gets the best hotel deals.
For the full text of the interview (parts that didn’t make the cut), check out the wonderful website of Jae-Ha Kim, the interviewer.