"a sprawling commercial novel in which the sons and daughters of Korean immigrants coming of age in the city are shown navigating the narrows of race and class to claim their adult lives"
– Sherryl Connelly, New York Daily News
Essays | July 31, 2007
Published at: Chekhov's Mistress
As ever, books were my consolation. My family immigrated to Queens, New York in March of 1976 when I was seven. My two sisters and I enrolled at PS 102 that spring so I had three months of second grade then went on to the third grade in ...