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Min Jin Lee’s Pachinko is an epic, sweeping saga of four generations in a Korean family that spans nearly seven decades and three continents and has just been longlisted for the National Book Award. …

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When the Odds Favor the House, It’s Still Important to Feel Lucky By Vivian Ewing Sunday, July 30, 2017 Author Min Jin Lee says she loves Martha’s Vine yard, and that she should be easy to spot at her …

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Is Trump Ruining Book Sales: Authors and publishers alike are finding that it’s hard to sell books in a political climate where truth is stranger than fiction. By Morgan Jerkin  A very interesting and …

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I had the distinct privilege of speaking with one of my favorite writers Simon Winchester at one of the greatest libraries in the world, the New York Public Library on 42nd Street. This conversation …

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Introduced by my amazing sister, Myung J. Lee, the Executive Director of Cities of Service.

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I had the pleasure of meeting Andrew Lynch of the Irish Independent. A profile of my work appears in the Review (Irish Independent) on June 24, 2017. Thank you. Link: http://bit.ly/2so7qQy

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I had a terrific time speaking with Donna Freed on RADIO GORGEOUS. To listen to the podcast, please click on the link below.

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Min Jin Lee and Julianne Pachico talk to Lena de Casparis FICTIONS: SCALE Hay Festival 2017, Saturday 27 May 2017 Min Jin Lee’s novel Pachinko is an epic tale of identity and survival and love, set …

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By Fran Kuzui, Contributing Writer  Giving a voice to America’s ‘ignored’ Asian immigrants Acclaimed author of ‘Pachinko’ tracks a Korean family over generations and continents NEW YORK – It seemed …

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By Jennifer Ryan “I think that if you’re a writer and a woman then you have to take humiliation very well,” says author Min Jin Lee. It took the Korean-American writer nearly 30 years to bring her …

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