Conversations and Connections Conference: Practical Advice on Writing
Event posted by Eugenia Kim
16 Apr 2011 9:45 am
16 Apr 2011 10:45 am
All day conference for writers, sponsored by Johns Hopkins University, Washington DC campus. Panel on "Writing Ethnicity," with Susan Muaddi-Darraj, Lalita Noronha, Shiori, Eugenia Kim and Marita Golden.
Johns Hopkins University Advanced Writing Program campus, 1717 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC
THE CALLIGRAPHER’S DAUGHTER . . . is a beautiful, deliberate and satisfying story spanning 30 years of Korean history”
—Publishers Weekly starred review
Eugenia Kim is a first-generation Korean-American whose writing is inspired by rich family history. An MFA graduate of Bennington College, she has published short stories and essays in journals and anthologies. She teaches fiction at Fairfield University’s...