News & Notes
Kim has published two recent articles in Your Teen magazine, including a discussion about the value of family mantras and a piece on squeaky-wheel kids.
Virginia Living magazine recently published two of Kim's stories--one about Shenandoah National Park's 500 Mile Club and another about River & Rail, a restaurant steeped in tradition.
The Clock of the Long Now, a 10,000-year clock under construction in a Texas mountain, is the subject of Kim's latest for Redshift.
Kim appears in a short video produced by WETA (PBS), called "Finding My Mother, Finding Myself," about her quest to better understand her own Vietnamese heritage. Kim also published a piece about the Eden Center, a hub of Vietnamese food and culture in northern Virginia, in Virginia Living magazine.
Kim's personal essay "Mary's Rock" appears in a new anthology called Roar: True Tales of Women Warriors, now available in print on Amazon and BN.com (and in Kindle format on Amazon). Book sales benefit the National Network to End Domestic Violence.
Arlington's Little Saigon
Roar Anthology Book Launch
WERA "Melting Pot" Radio Show
National Parks Artist-in-Residence Panel
AWP Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.