Alaska Surprises a Great Indoorsman


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.

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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.