Min Jin Lee

Musings & Writings: Asian-American Voices

Min Jin Lee

Talk: Musings & Writings: Asian-American Voices

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. In 2019, Apple ordered a television adaptation of Min’s New York Times bestselling book Pachinko, and President Barack Obama selected Pachinko for his recommended reading list, calling it “a powerful story about resilience and compassion.” Lee’s debut novel Free Food for Millionaires (2007) was listed on the Top 10 Books of the Year for The Times of London, NPR’s “Fresh Air,” and USA Today, and was a national bestseller.

Min Jin Lee

Min Jin Lee was born in Seoul, South Korea and immigrated to Queens, New York with her family when she was seven years old. She studied history at Yale College and law at Georgetown University. Lee practiced law for two years before turning to writing. She teaches fiction and essay writing at Amherst College and lives in New York City.

Musings & Writings: Asian-American Voices | Min Jin Lee | Talks at Google

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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