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“Award-winning author Min Jin Lee brings a fresh perspective to an ancient image of a boy pulling a thorn from his foot—Spinario—rendered exquisitely by the artist Antico (also known as Pier Jacopo Alari Bonacolsi). Lee’s reflections on the daily struggle of being an artist is honest and moving, and invites a close look at and careful consideration of the Spinario itself.”

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“As I walked home from the train station, it occurred to me that I had to write about the disgraced, the poor and the earnest strivers of Queens, and I would be able to tell their stories not because …

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“‘Tigertail’ filmmaker and ‘Master of None’ co-creator Alan Yang is teaming up with author Min Jin Lee to adapt her critically acclaimed 2007 novel ‘Free Food for Millionaires’ as a television series, …

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“Pachinko is a tale of immigration within a different context than stories of coming to the U.S. The multigenerational epic follows a Korean family who moves to Japan in the early 1900s. Their roots …

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“Bestselling author Min Jin Lee provides a masterclass on writing. In addition, she speaks about representation in media, fiction, non-fiction and her views on the evolving Asian-American identity.” …

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