The author of Sorry to Disrupt the Peace reflects on writing out of desperation, Fiona Apple, and the novel as a ghostly space.
The award-winning writer talks about her new acclaimed short story collection, the anxiety of exile, and figuring out which narrative you belong to.
‘A family as triangle. Drifting lines. This [mother- father-child] triangle will never be reassembled.’
What the painful process of learning Korean, the language spoken by those who love me, has taught me about facing rejection as a writer
With the novelist who long thought she was a Korean American impostor