Jimin Han was born in Seoul, South Korea, and grew up in Providence, Rhode Island; Dayton, Ohio; and Jamestown, New York. She is the author of A Small Revolution and The Apology. She has written for NPR’s Weekend America, Poets and Writers, Catapult, Electric Literature, and Citric Acid, among others. Han has taught writing at Sarah Lawrence College and Pace University, as well as at community writing centers. She lives outside New York City.

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Multigenerational Fiction: Ghosts and Secrets

March 22, 2024 12:30PM – 2PM

Jimin Han’s The Apology, Denene Millner’s One Blood, and Idra Novey’s Take What You Need explore the meaning of legacy across generations.

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