Kim has published an in-depth feature story in Preservation magazine about the recent restoration of the historic Omni Homestead resort in southwest Virginia. The restoration included 18th-century bathhouses that are important to Black history.
Kim's essay about the Appalachian Trail, called "Connective Tissue," has just been published in the second edition of Campfire Stories: Tales from America's National Parks (Mountaineers Books). Kim also published a feature story about spruce restoration along the Trail for A.T. Journeys, the magazine of the Appalachian Trail Conservancy.
Al Jazeera English has published Kim's personal essay titled "A Letter to My Immigrant Mother, a Girl in Vietnam," part of Kim's ongoing writing about her Vietnamese heritage.
The science publication Undark published Kim's article about light pollution and astrotourism, which grew out of Kim's artist's residency at Acadia National Park. The piece was republished in Atlas Obscura and Mother Jones.
Al Jazeera English published Kim's profile of anti-hunger advocate Rebecca Middleton.
A story a year in the making: Kim's feature on the groundbreaking and long forgotten Howard University crew team has just been published in Smithsonian magazine. Kim spent a year building up a database of former rowers and searching far and wide for living members to talk to. Kim's work was mentioned in a recent article in Row2K.com, and she is now writing a book about the barrier-breaking team.
Kim's story on the secret team of Black women codebreakers of World War II, who were stationed in Arlington, Virginia, was featured in Arlington magazine. Kim confirmed the identity of one of the codebreakers and found and interviewed a descendant for the story.
Kim's poem, "Touching Down, Runway 1-19," appears in the anthology Written in Arlington, a book of poetry about Arlington, Virginia, published by Paycock Press.
Little Saigon Walking Tour
Sponsored by the Arlington County Library
May 6, 2023
Widening the Lens: Diversifying Nature Writing
AWP Conference (Association of Writers & Writing Programs), Philadelphia, PA
The Storytellers: Giving Agency to Your Ancestors
Virtual Panel Discussion
The Library of Virginia
May 6, 2021
Moderator, A Q&A With Novelist Marita Golden
Sponsored by Johns Hopkins University's Master's in Science Writing Program
The Saving Grace of Spring Rolls
The Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA
Vietnamese Heritage and Immigration
American University, Washington, DC
Acadia National Park Writing Workshop
National Parks Artist-in-Residence Panel
AWP Conference, Washington, D.C.