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Sung J. Woo

Sung J. Woo

Sung J. Woo Biography

Sung J. Woo's short stories and essays have appeared in The New York Times, PEN/Guernica and KoreAm Journal. He has written two novels, Love Love (2015), and Everything Asian (2009) which won the 2010 Asian Pacific American Librarians Association Literature Award (Youth category). In 2014, Everything Asian was chosen as the Coming Together read in Skokie and Niles Township. A graduate of Cornell University with an MFA from New York University, he lives in Washington, New Jersey.

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