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Min Jin Lee
Author of FREE FOOD FOR MILLIONAIRES & PACHINKO. National Book Award Finalist. NYT 10 Best Books. Guggenheim & Radcliffe Institute Fellow 2018-19. Late Bloomer.
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Studs Terkel Radio Archive 2h
Hear Studs talk with author Younghill Kang and talk with writer on Episode 4 of , airing as part of "Best of Studs Terkel" on this Friday!
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Megan Mayhew Bergman Mar 19
I'm helping a high school in Palmer, MA that lost its library to a fire. They have to start from scratch. Does anyone have any contacts or ideas? E.g. libraries closing that need a home for books; generous souls who like helping high schoolers have access to books, etc? Thanks!
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Min Jin Lee 2h
Replying to @likaluca
The book is the new “it purse”?! Looks like we got this one down.
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Lisa Lucas 5h
Go for it, Book Twitter.
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Just Buffalo Lit Ctr 2h
“Nourishment has to come from the day to day of writing,” explained this afternoon at the Student event at the Just Buffalo Writing Center. Catch her tonight at . Tickets still available at the door.
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Min Jin Lee 2h
Replying to @anemonanyc
Thank you, dear Anemona. I hope we can cover the next trial. We can assume there will be more. Sigh.
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Anemona Hartocollis 4h
Min was doing research for her new novel while I was covering the Harvard admissions trial. Her thirst for understanding made it so much more revelatory.
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Julie Ae Kim 4h
I found my representation in Asian American writers who showed me the truth in our existence and it didn’t have to be pretty or on the big screen. shout out to writers like Jenny Zhang
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Festival Neue Literatur 4h
On March 30th, , @PierreJarawan, , and , will participate in a panel "Another Country: Distant Lands Up Close and Personal," moderated by . Reserve your seats today!
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Claire Redmond 3h
OK - what's the best book you've read in 2019 so far? I have a couple - Pachinko by and The Snow Goose by Paul Gallico. I loved the characters in Pachinko, and The Snow Goose is one of the most beautiful stories I've ever read.
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Min Jin Lee 2h
Replying to @AnnieMBuckley
Thank you
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Anne Buckley 3h
Just read your great pep talk posted in NaNoWriMo at the end of November 18, before embarking on CampNaNoWriMo. Love the simplicity and honesty of your words almost as much as your keynote at Muse and the Marketplace 2018.
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BuzzFeed Books 6h
Replying to @minjinlee11
"Competence can be a curse. As a capable young woman, Casey Han felt compelled to choose respectability and success. But it was glamour and insight that she craved." --- Free Food For Millionaires by
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Waukesha Public Library 8h
TONIGHT: Join us at 7PM in the Community Room for our monthly Adult Book Discussion as we look at by 📚 Light refreshments provided by the ☕️ See you there!
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World Editions 7h
We are grateful to for making the translation of 's novel possible. The program is amazing with authors , , , and translator extraordinaire !
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Just Buffalo Lit Ctr 7h
**TONIGHT** at - tickets available at the door.
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Emily Nemens Feb 13
New Job Alert! is looking for a digital director:
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Brittany Luse Feb 20
I’m looking to talk to a LOT of Black women/ families who’ve had complicated births and would feel comfortable talking to me about their experiences with health care providers and hospitals. I’m trying to talk to as many ppl as possible, so please share far and wide! Thank you!!
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Min Jin Lee 9h
Replying to @parul_sehgal
Excellent essay.
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Parul Sehgal Mar 19
“I can’t understand these chaps who go round American universities explaining how they write poems,” Philip Larkin complained. “It’s like going round explaining how you sleep with your wife." Truly, all things come to pass. I reviewed the new David Shields
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