Sarah Wang has written for BOMB, The New Republic, n+1, PEN America, The Los Angeles Review of Books, and American Short Fiction, among other publications. She is a Tin House Scholar, a Kundiman Mentorship Lab Fellow, the winner of a Nelson Algren prize for fiction, and was a fellow at the Center for Fiction and the Asian American Writers' Workshop's Witness Program. See more of her writing at wangsarah.com and on Twitter @sarah_wwang.
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