Kori: The Beacon Anthology of Korean American Fiction

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Heinz Insu Fenkl, Walter K. Lew
Beacon Press, 2002 - Fiction - 263 pages
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Since the 1930s, Korean American writers have come to maintain an important place in our national literature, publishing some of the most exciting fiction of the twentieth century. The stories in this first anthology of Korean American fiction represent the very best work of these writers, including several pieces published for the first time.

Contributors include Patti Kim, Chang-rae Lee, Susan Choi, Heinz Insu Fenkl, Leonard Chang, Nora Okja Keller, and Richard E. Kim.

 

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With just 16 entries, this anthology of Korean American prose written in English nevertheless ranges from early 20th-century writers (e.g., Younghill Kang and Willyce Kim) to contemporary writers ... Read full review

Contents

MEK
16
GARY
29
CHANGRAE
43
LEONARD CHANG
57
V
79
YOUNGHILL KANG
85
KIM RONYOUNG
102
RICHARD E
124
SUKHEE
166
TY
184
WALTER K
207
WILLYCE
218
NORA OKJA KELLER
226
THERESA HAK KYUNG
244
Suggesred Readings 259
265
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SUSAN CHOI
145

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Heinz Insu Fenkl, director of creative writing at SUNY, New Paltz, is author of the award-winning Memories of My Ghost Brother. Walter K. Lew is the editor of the acclaimed poetry anthology Premonitions and Crazy Melon and Chinese Apple: The Poems of Frances Chung and the author of several books of poetry.

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