Jung Yun was born in South Korea, raised in North Dakota, and has lived in New York, Pennsylvania, and most recently Massachusetts, where she currently resides. Her short fiction has appeared in Tin House and The Massachusetts Review, and her first novel, Shelter, will be published by Picador in March of 2016.
Genres: Literary Fiction
Jung Yun recommends
Grist Mill Road (2018)
Christopher J Yates
"An intricately crafted novel about adult lives forever changed by closely held childhood secrets. Grist Mill Road is a compulsive read that will unsettle you from its first page and surprise you until its very last."
The Kinship of Secrets (2018)
"What an extraordinary time to read this heartfelt novel about the bonds of family, set against the backdrop of the Korean War. Eugenia Kim is a masterful storyteller who makes her characters come to life as she spans decades, continents and cultures."
James Han Mattson
"A timely, devastating story about intersecting lives drawn to a dark and frightening place. Rich with insights about our contemporary moment and characters blinded by their desire for belonging and connection, James Han Mattson’s Reprieve is the rare novel that will make your heart pound with terror while it aches with grief."
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