August 17, 2007
Written by C.N.
A reader from KQED Public Broadcasting in San Francisco emailed me to let me know that their station has a regular reading series called “The Writers’ Block” that showcases writers and performers reading the latest short fiction, non-fiction, theater and poetry. A recent podcast features author Min Jin Lee reading from Free Food for Millionaires, a novel about a young Korean-American woman navigating post-college America.
If you’d like to check it out, the link is http://www.kqed.org/arts/writersblock/episode.jsp?id=18048. I haven’t listened to the podcast yet, so I can’t necessarily endorse its contents at the moment, but wanted to pass the word along for those who are interested.
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