On this episode, author Tracey Lien joins the podcast to talk about her debut novel All That’s Left Unsaid, a thrilling mystery about a journalist who returns to her hometown of Cabramatta after her baby brother’s violent death in search for answers and to confront her past. Tracey shares about her inspirations for the novel, as well as about her journey to becoming a novelist.
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This episode was sponsored by the Ma-Yi Theater Company:
From Ma-Yi Theater Company (The Chinese Lady, Teenage Dick) comes a generation-spanning new journey through the historical and fantastical. Mixing traditional Korean fables with the horrors of the Korean War, Daniel K. Isaac’s epic new play is a funny and deeply moving analog for the experiences of the Korean American diaspora. Isaac deftly moves his characters through time, tracing the legacies of trauma that are passed from one generation to the next, and the various coping mechanisms each one uses to soldier on.
Playing August 23 – September 18 at the La Mama’s Ellen Stewart Theater in New York City
Tickets on sale now at:ma-yitheatre.org – use promo code BOOKSANDBOBA for discounted tickets.
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This podcast is part of Potluck: An Asian American Podcast Collective