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Saturday, October 13 • 11:30am - 12:45pm
Short Stories, Big Voices

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Short stories leave big impacts on their readers. In Locked Gray / Linked Blue: Stories, Kem Joy Ukwu details the lives of New Yorkers haunted by intense family dynamics, toxic romance, first-date awkwardness, and financial troubles. All Roads Lead To Blood by Bonnie Chau is a story collection from the unique perspective of second-generation Chinese-Americans balancing success, failure, memory, and heritage. 

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Bonnie Chau

Bonnie Chau is from Southern California, where she formerly ran writing programs at thenonprofit 826LA. She received her MFA in fiction from Columbia University, with a jointconcentration in translation, focusing on French and Chinese fiction. A Kundiman fellowand former bookseller... Read More →
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Kem Joy Ukwu

Kem Joy Ukwu's fiction has appeared in PANK, BLACKBERRY: a magazine, Carve, TINGE, Blue Lake Review, Jabberwock Review, Auburn Avenue, The Brooklyn Quarterly and Day One. Her short story collection manuscript, Locked Gray / Linked Blue, was selected as a finalist for the 2016 New... Read More →



Saturday October 13, 2018 11:30am - 12:45pm
Merten Hall, Room 1202 George Mason University
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