Korean Literature Now Newsletter - May 2018
- onMay 29, 2018
- byKorean Literature Now
|Meet wonderful women writers in our spring issue! Poet Kim Haengsook discusses her philosophy behind writing poetry: precise ambiguity. Check out her poem to see how she has captured the ambiguous! Also, don’t miss the interview with Nora Okja Keller, author of Comfort Woman and Fox Girl. Find out how she explores her identity when she writes.
If you are looking for some new books to add onto your reading list, we have some suggestions for you! Read the book reviews, and visit our website for more.
Last but not least, we are working on our summer issue, which is also filled with great literature, so stay tuned!
Korean Literature Now Team
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