The interview with Kyung B. Yoon begins on minute 10.15.
I got to talk with the wonderful hosts Kendra D. Winchester and Autumn Privett of Reading Women. Thank you, Kendra and Autumn.
Friday 17 March 2017 10:05AM (view full episode)
I had the opportunity to talk with Angela Ledgerwood, the host of the brilliant podcast, Lit Up. Angela is smart, funny and gorgeous. Oh, and she’s also kindhearted.
Min Jin Lee speaks with novelist and host Brad Listi of the Other People Podcast. Pachinko is the official February selection of THE NERVOUS BREAKDOWN BOOK CLUB.
An interview with PW Radio as PACHINKO hits No. 22 on the Publishers Weekly Hardcover Fiction Bestseller List.
PACHINKO Is A Family Saga of Exile, Discrimination…And Japanese Pinball
The Pachinko Interview segment follows the interviews Editor Pamela Paul has with Daphne Merkin and a report with Alexandra Alter.
A Conversation with Adam Sockel of ProBookNerds, sponsored by OverDrive Libraries. Adam Sockel and Min Jin Lee discuss the writing of PACHINKO at the American Library Association Midwinter 2017.
Martha Southgate on the vanishing black literary novel; Liesl Schillinger on Min Jin Lee; and Dwight Garner, senior editor, with best-seller news… [podcast]
The Pilot features up and coming author Min Jin Lee as she discusses her new book Free Food for Millionaires with Boston College’s Professor Min Hyoung Song …
Jean’s first guest was Dr. Michael Doyle MS, Ph.D, Director, Center for Food Safety. Jean’s second half hour was with Min Jin Lee, author of “Free Food For Millionaires.”
Tonight, Amanda throws candy at the crowd, it being so close to Halloween and all. And then she is bench-pressed by Benjamin Percy. All wince as Roy Kesey waxes his legs as a performance art/act of protest against the Bush administration. And Min Jin Lee lightens it up a bit by telling us a dirty joke while balancing a spoon — on her nose. They all also read engagingly, even enticingly, and the music is by Max Gabriel.
Nine To Noon … by Min Jin Lee (Hutchinson, ISBN 9780091796181)
Min Jin Lee’s debut novel Free Food for Millionaires tells the story of a young Korean-American woman whose Ivy League education exposes her …
Keeping up with the Joneses isn’t easy ‚Äî even if you’re a fashion-conscious young woman with an Ivy League degree, a strong sense of …
Min Jin Lee wanted to capture the experience of children of immigrants living in America. Her debut novel, Free Food for Millionaires, tells the story of Casey Han, a daughter of Korean immigrants living in New York. Lee discusses her book and the passion behind her writing.
A conversation with Korean-American novelist Min Jin Lee. She’s getting robust praise for her debut novel “Free Food for Millionaires.”
I am really interested in reading though I haven’t read them yet - Min Jin Lee’s‚ Free Food for Millionaires.‚ It’s about the child of immigrant …